Wooden letter puzzles for kids – Learning the alphabet, learning the letters

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Wiek: Toys for 3-Year-Olds, Toys for 5-Year-Olds, Toys for 7-Year-Olds
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Learning the alphabet
is a set of 23 two-piece wooden puzzles, depicting letters along with our original graphics. Each letter piece in the puzzle, has a matching picture with an illustration of an object beginning with a particular letter.

By learning letters and then reading and writing, the whole world is open to little explorers. Reading together or independently about the adventures of favorite fairy tale characters or books on topics of interest to the child is a source of pride and a big step towards independence. Our jigsaw puzzle is an excellent aid in learning letters and new words. By using a font that corresponds to handwriting, as well as lowercase and uppercase, we also make it easier to learn to write. The alphabet puzzle is a support for preschool and early childhood education, in the form of fun.

Complementing our puzzles are 8 suggestions for games, most of which are directed at supporting the development of logical thinking, reading and writing, as well as sentence formation and storytelling.


The Learning theAlphabet puzzle helps to shape, first of all: concentration, visual perception, eye-hand coordination, logical thinking, memory, and speech and communication. Did you know that:
  1. Concentration is the ability to focus on something specific. It can be a task being performed, a particular object or instructions given by a teacher. Concentration ensures children’s proper development and is essential at each stage of their education.
  2. Visual perception allows children to get to know and understand the world around them. It is also essential for further education when learning to read, write and count. When playing with several items with different pictures, the child has to focus his eyes on them and make an assessment of what he sees, such as colors, shapes, similarities and differences. This is an introduction to more advanced analysis, which, among other things, forms the basis for logical thinking.
  3. Visuomotor coordination enables precision of movement. It is essential for daily activities – from eating, dressing, drawing or writing independently to physical activity. Eye-hand coordination additionally requires training of the child’s hands and fingers, i.e. fine motor skills.
  4. Logical thinking allows one to analyze situations, draw conclusions and develop possible solutions based on the information gathered. This is one skill that can be difficult for a child to achieve. Why practice logical thinking? Because it is essential at every stage of our lives.
  5. The mind of a young child is like a sponge. Several-year-olds absorb a lot of new words and information in no time at all, which allows them to familiarise themselves with their surroundings. In order for this process to run smoothly, continuous memory training is essential.
  6. Speech and effective communication are the basis of everyday life in the family and are indispensable for the development of social skills. They allow children to express their thoughts and feelings and to understand what others want to communicate.

Fun proposal

Big draw, or learning letters – number of players: 2-4, suggested age: 3+

Separate puzzles depicting letters and pictures, for this game you will need tiles depicting letters. Ask your child to draw one tile and then say what letter it is.


  • remember to make learning through play comfortable for the child; during one session of the game, limit the number of letters drawn – adjust it to the child’s age;
  • when the child is just beginning to learn the letters, for this game use only those familiar to the child; add more letters gradually, preferably 1-2 at a time;
  • when the child is just beginning to learn the letters, you can play in three rounds: in round one it is the child who draws the letters and the adult says what the letter is, in round two say the letter together, and in round three let the child do it alone;
  • In a multi-player game, when all participants already know the entire alphabet, you can try competition; Option one: determine the order, draw letters alternately until exhausted; the person who says the letter correctly gets a point; the person with the most points wins; Option two: choose a person to lead, his task will be to draw letters and judge; the other players have to say the letter that was drawn as quickly as possible; the person who gives the correct answer the fastest gets the points.

For more play ideas, see the booklet accompanying the toy or visit our Facebook and Instagram pages.