Peaceable Kingdom Alphabet Go Fish Letter Matching Card Game – 52 Cards with Box

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UPDATED CLASSIC: Similar to the original, fish for pairs of alphabet letters. Fun colorful cards show capital and lowercase with corresponding artwork and words to help little ones learn to read.
LEARNING AND GROWING: A classic introduction to card games; Kids learn how to read letters, letter/object association, simple words, simple strategy, how to hold cards, how to deal them & take turns.

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UPDATED CLASSIC: Similar to the original, fish for pairs of alphabet letters. Fun colorful cards show capital and lowercase with corresponding artwork and words to help little ones learn to read.
LEARNING AND GROWING: A classic introduction to card games; Kids learn how to read letters, letter/object association, simple words, simple strategy, how to hold cards, how to deal them & take turns.
BENEFITS OF CARD GAMES: Simple card games have lots to offer. They can improve concentration, vocabulary, train visual memory, help with learning to classify and differentiate objects, & they’re fun!
WHO CAN PLAY: 2-6 Players ages 4 and up can enjoy Alphabet Go Fish in this delightful 52 card deck complete with instructions, parent learning prompts and sturdy, easy-to-open packaging.
PLAYING IS GROWTH: Frequent play for children is beneficial on many levels. Play creates opportunity for social skill development, numerous cognitive benefits, and can improve emotional well being.

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