Alphabet Alley

Saturday, February 7, 2009

My 4 year old daughter cannot get enough of the Alphabet Alley    game sets we recently product tested for The Old Schoolhouse Crew. She always chooses to pack them in her bag for Sunday night church (along with the One2Believe Noah's Ark figures) to keep her busy when she sits with us.


The Two by Two Matching Game is a memory game that sells for $10.99. The pieces are very thick and durable. They are easy to pick up off the table and flip over. The illustrations are adorable and vibrant colors seem to make them even more fun AND easy to spot when it is clean up time. My daughter plays with the set the most.


She loves that the Noah's Ark Go Fish game has the same pictures as the Two by Two Game. She likes to make up her own games with the pieces. We also have played Go Fish with them and she likes that. The cards seem thicker and are larger than the other card sets we have. They are easy to hold.


When we use the games it opens up discussions about the Bible. In fact the whole line up of products look great. Why not substitute your traditional Go Fish game with these charming Biblical characters? Alphabet Alley also has a set of Go Fish cards comes in a Christmas theme, also. At $5.99 I feel the price is very competitive.


Alphabet Alley is a great place to do shopping for baby showers (How many onesies do babies really need? Why not get a set of stacking blocks instead?) or birthday gifts or Christmas. Great for grandparents house, too. Oh! Don't forget your church nursery!


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