Mudpuppy Ring Flash Cards - N is for Nature
Mudpuppy Ring Flash Cards - N is for Nature include 26 durable, two-sided cards on a clasping ring - which make it great for travel. The colorful cards are also wonderful for decorating a room or a classroom!
Each card shows one letter of the alphabet. The front of the card has a large uppercase letter and an image from nature. The back of the cards shows the upper and lowercase letters as well as words that begin with that letter. Printed with non-toxic inks.
Warning: Not for children under 3 due to small parts.
Learning the alphabet provides a foundation for learning to read. Together take years to develop. Flash cards like Mudpuppy N is for Nature provides a simple, yet effective way for children to make important phonetic associations, while also building their vocabulary. Complemented with other literacy activities (reading to your child, storytelling, etc.), these cards facilitate literacy skills.
Made Of / Made In
Mudpuppy Ring Flash Cards - N is for Nature are made of cardboard, paper products, and child-safe inks and paints. Made in China under stringent quality and safety controls. As with all eeBoo products, this one is also CE tested to ensure safety.
About the Manufacturer
Galison / Mudpuppy publishing is a collegial company with offices in midtown Manhattan in New York City.
Gallison was founded in 1979 to work with museums to make their imagery widely available in the form of well-designed and manufactured paper products. It originally published some books and calendars before focusing on boxed notecards, fine art stationery, greeting cards, personalized Christmas cards (for individuals and businesses), note cards, journals, and other gift products for writers, which is why we're sometimes still known as Galison Books, a.k.a. GMG Publishing.
Mudpuppy Press was launched in 1992. From an early specialization in puzzles, it expanded to its current offering of puzzles, journals, diaries, educational games, toys, and stationery for children and the young at heart.
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