Educational Insights Playfoam Shape & Learn Alphabet Set

Get shaping with no-mess Playfoam! Now, little ones can practice making letters and more with this all-new Playfoam set. The set includes eight colored Playfoam bricks and 13 double-sided cards. Preschoolers simply place their Playfoam on top of the letter card to practice molding these shapes themselves. Provides tactile and sensory stimulation, helps develop fine motor skills, and teaches proper letter formation.

Product Features

  • Little ones can practice making letters with this squishy, squashy Playfoam set.
  • Preschoolers simply place their Playfoam on top of the letter card to practice proper letter formation.
  • Set includes 8 colored Playfoam bricks and 13 double-sided letter cards.
  • No-mess, non-stick Playfoam is perfect for sculpting squishy, squashy creations anywhere and anytime!
  • Playfoam never dries out, so the creativity never ends!

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3 Responses to Educational Insights Playfoam Shape & Learn Alphabet Set

  1. Anonymous says:

    Great for pre-k and sensory activities! The Educational Insights Playfoam Shape & Learn Alphabet Set was a huge HIT in our house! My 4 year old daughter LOVED it! She has autism and has often struggled with varying textures and also staying focused on certain learning activities. Today she immediately grabbed for the foam without hesitation and commented how soft & squishy it was. She picked out a letter card and correctly identified it and the coordinating picture on the card. I gave her direction and she immediately understood the…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I was a little hesitant because I HATE playdough. Anything that gets all over I had never heard of this, but when I did, I got it!! I was a little hesitant because I HATE playdough. Anything that gets all over, and stuck in my carpet, or all over my furniture, makes me quite irritated.I got these out on my own first, so that I could inspect and see how best to let my kids play with them.Finally- I decided at the table, and let them do it without much supervision. To put it lightly- they have had a ball. The “foam” is just tiny sticky balls, that stick…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Wish they would have included 26 cards with one side consisting of lowercase letters and the other of uppercase letters My 5 year old son loved working with these as a fun way to confirm the shape and formation of the letters. He thought the pictures were adorable and enjoyed pointing out to me that the picture meant that word started with the letter that he just outlined. The foam is reusable and never dries out so one can have their child do a few or all of them and then store the foam in the included container and then come back a few weeks later to repeat or even store the entire set on a long-term basis…

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