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Tactic Let´s Learn Numbers And Let´s Learn Letters and Words

Let’s Learn Numbers An adorable and easy-to-learn game for children, who want to learn about numbers and counting. Solve simple maths by placing tiles on the game boards. If you manage to solve all the tasks, you will find a colourful picture on the other side of the board! The game contains 8 game boards and 72 tasks, the perfect challenge for a child as their knowledge and curiosity grow!
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Let´s Learn Letters and Words These four fun letter games to help children learn to read and write! It’s as easy as ABC! The letter boards allow the children to form words and move gradually into more challenging tasks. The other mini games encourage the players to use their smarts in lots of different ways. Learning about letters and words activates children’s natural curiosity and keeps them engaged time and time again!
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Let’s Learn Games suitable 4 Years Plus

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Tactic Let´s Learn Numbers And Let´s Learn Letters and Words Reviews

Product Tested By Aimee Hamer – Molly & Daisy – 3 & 5 Years

Aimee Awarded The Tactic Let’s Learn Numbers & Let’s Learn Letters and Words 5/5

When these games arrived impressed with the bright colour and compact. These are great learning games. Instructions very easy to understand. They both found the games easy and enjoyable they also enjoyed playing with their 10 and 13 year old siblings. The Let’s Learn numbers game was easy to play. The boards were large enough for them to place the tiles easily. This game sets a task and once completed reveals a colourful picture on the other side of the board. Both girls found this a nice surprise after completing the task. Having 8 game boards and 72 tasks in this game means the game is great value for money as it will also be played for many years. The Let’s Learn Letters and Words game was enjoyed. My 5 year old especially enjoyed the challenges. My 3 year old enjoyed the letter game but my 5 year old found it a little too easy. The snakes game was a definite hit for my 5 year old. The timed game was hard to begin with but after a few games Daisy found it very enjoyable and even her 10 year old brother enjoyed. The Pip game was a fun game for them to play with their older siblings too. 100 percent helped improve their numbers and counting skills. They have both improved massively since the first time they played. These games were entertaining and great fund even for independent play. These games were played with daily. They both liked how easy it was to set up both games. I liked the fact they are easy to assemble and store . Intellectually challenging and fun at the same time. 100 percent ideal to be in nurseries and early school. I have even suggested them to school and child minder. Great value as they will last for many years. Both games are great quality. The age suitability is spot on. My 3 year old found it a bit too challenging to begin with. I would buy these games as great games to help children to learn through play. I would recommend for the same reason. Fun challenging and educational. Everything you need from a child’s game. I would highly recommend these games to friends and family. These games kept the children entertained and they were leaning without even realising it. Aimee Hamer – Molly & Daisy – 3 & 5 Years

Product Tested By Abby Cope – Hudson 5 Years

Abby Awarded The Tactic Let’s Learn Numbers & Let’s Learn Letters and Words 4.4/5

First impressions were good – attractive looking games stored in a nice size colourful box – my son was very interested as soon as he saw them! I really liked these games – I thought they were different from other number and word games on the market and very engaging for a variety of ages. I loved how they had different ways of playing the games/difficulty levels, so you could make the game easier or harder, depending on child’s abilities. Good, well-written instructions on an attractive, colourful info sheet included in the box. I did need to read through them all to understand the concept of the games, but they were easy enough to read and follow along. My son did understand these games once I had shown him what to do and explained it all – I sat with him and we played together which he loved. He took to them straight away! The Let’s Learn Numbers games was his favourite! He loved the tiles and jumped in playing straight away. It was lovely watching him counting and enjoying it at the same time! I like the concept of this but my son didn’t really bother with this aspect of the game, he loved all the different tiles but wasn’t bothered about the picture – he was happy to just sort and play with the tiles. I really loved this about the game. We started off at level 1 which he could do quite easily and then did a different level each time we played. I think we have played up to about level 5 so far – but we are looking forward to progressing and completing the game as his number skills improve. I think it’s such a good idea to have different levels of difficulty as really adds another layer to the game and is so educational. My son did find it easy to form words for the Let’s Learn Letters and Words game. The first few levels start off simple enough to create and spell words that my son is currently learning at school (he is currently in year 1) He loved searching through the game tiles to find the correct letter that he needed. The letter game was his favourite out of all the games. He loved the picture clues, guessing the word and then searching to find the correct letter tiles. I thought there was a good variety of words as well. My son also enjoyed the snakes game and such a great way to help learn the alphabet! Such a good and fun way to get them engaged with letters and words. We did have a go at the timed game, but my son isn’t quite at this level yet. I think it will be a great game to play when he’s slightly older and a great way to learn spellings as well! My son liked the Pip game, but found it a bit trickier than the first two. He managed to make a couple of words, but think he will enjoy this game more as his reading and word recognition improves! These games have helped improve his numbers and counting knowledge. It was so lovely watching him counting and having lots of fun at the same time. They are so educational but in a fun and engaging way. We are looking forward to completing the last few levels! My son was engaged with both games right from the start and we played them for quite a long time together. I love that each game has different ways of playing them so there is enough variety to keep children excited and entertained. We have been playing them a couple of times a week. His favourite was the number game, and he loved all the different tiles and colours and matching the tiles to the correct board. My favourite part was that they are so engaging and educational at the same time, I also love the style and design and think they are very eye-catching. Perfect size tiles for little hands – and love the fabric storage bags that came with them. They are very educational and I think they are perfect for in the home – there are quite a lot of tiles/pieces to each game, so I would imagine that these could get easily lost in an early years setting within a busy room full of lots of other games and little hands! I think they are slightly on the pricier side, but they are good quality. I think they would be perfect if they were a few pounds less and nearer the £10 price range. I think the quality is really good and they are very well made and eye-catching. We have been playing with them over the last few weeks and the tiles and game boards seem to be sturdy and are lasting well. My son is 5 and I think he is the perfect age to start playing them. I love the games and would buy them if the price was slightly less – they would make lovely presents for kids birthday parties – but currently slightly out of the price range to be able to do that. I would recommend these games, especially my son’s friends at school and friends with roughly the same age children or older. I loved these games, they are engaging, well made, fun and educational. It’s so nice as parents to find educational things to do with your children that they actually want to engage with and play. Lovely games, I would be very interested to play the other themes that they do. I loved the style and the different difficulty levels, so colourful and my son is really enjoying them – so it’s a thumbs up from this mum! Thank you Abby Cope – Hudson 5 Years

Product Tested By Kiran Raker – Ari 4 Years 10 Months

Kiran Awarded The Tactic Let’s Learn Numbers & Let’s Learn Letters and Words 4.5/5

Nice sized games with cute designs, not too big or small. Smart and overall eye catching boxes. A great preschool tool to explore necessary concepts. Instructions for these games were easy to read and understand. I had to play the games with my child to explain and help him understand, once he did he was able to play easily. My son found the Let’s Learn Numbers easy to play once I had shown him how to play the game. It is a nice idea to have incorporated in the game a task and once completed they will find a colourful picture on the other side of the board. My son enjoyed the build up to seeing the picture created on the other side. The 8 game boards and 72 tasks is a great idea for the game as it means it can continually be used as a child‘s number and letter knowledge and confidence grows. So it isn’t something which is quickly used and finished with or they get bored with. My son was able to complete quite a few of the simple tasks, however would lose concentration as we went through them, but was good to know we can come back to them one day and they would engage him. For the Let’s Learn Letters and Words my son found it easy to form the letters on the blue and yellow boards where all or some of the letters were given as clues. He would use the visual imagine next to each word to often help him with identifying the word before trying to spell it. He was able to correctly spell some of the c-v-c letter words on the purple and green boards where no letters were given, e.g. pot, cup, bat and dog. He found the other words too tricky. He enjoyed playing the letter game. He found it easy to form the letters on the blue and yellow boards where all or some of the letters were given as clues. He would use the visual imagine next to each word to often help him with identifying the word before trying to spell it. He was able to correctly spell some of the c-v-c letter words on the purple and green boards where no letters were given, e.g. pot, cup, bat and dog. He found the other words too tricky. He enjoyed the snake game. He needed to use the alphabet snake picture on the instruction leaflet as a guide but afterwards we would sing the alphabet song together to reinforce the letters and enjoy. My son wasn’t able to access the timed game so we were unable to play it, I look forward to playing this game as he grows. My son wasn’t able to access the Pip game so we were unable to play it, I look forward to playing this game as he grows. The games have certainly helped him improve his counting and numbers skills. Each time we played it and made learning numbers more fun and exciting. These games were fun and exciting way to learn and practice basic numbers together with learning about letters and words. We would play these games one a week. My son liked the fact these games were visually eye catching and engaging. They made learning about numbers and letters look like fun. I liked that they could be used from 4 but would also be suitable when a little older too so are not too easy or too hard. I think nursery children may find some of the games tricky if not helped by an adult. I think £14.99 for 1 is fine however I think if they were offered at a discount as a pair both for £25 this would be appealing to buyers. I liked the look of the box. Sadly when I took the tapes off the sides they took off some of the picture. My son has just started full time school and is not quite 5 and he was able to access the simple games. As his concentration and number and letter bank develops he will be able to access more of the advanced games. I would buy these games. They do the job and it’s a different way to teach numbers and letters from any other games we have used before. There are so many games on the market to help learn and teach numbers and letters, I think it’s hard to recommend a single game which stands out in doing this over another. A good concept and cute games which helps to teach preschool and school age children numbers and letters in a fun and interesting way. A good concept which helps to teach preschool and school age children numbers and letters in a fun and interesting way. Kiran Raker – Ari 4 Years 10 Months

I would buy these games as great games to help children to learn through play. I would recommend for the same reason. Fun challenging and educational. Everything you need from a child’s game. I would highly recommend these games to friends and family. These games kept the children entertained and they were leaning without even realising it.

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Aimee Awarded The Tactic Let’s Learn Numbers & Let’s Learn Letters and Words 5/5

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