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About Alive Alphabet: Letter Tracing

Advisory Alert: Alive Alphabet’s amazing and amusing alphabetic adventure ahead!

From Antelope to Zebra, Alive Alphabet thrills your children as they watch each letter come to life after tracing.

26 animals with attitude help teach letter forms and letter tracing and writing techniques through their comical antics. What better way to learn letter basics than with a silly saxophone-playing flamingo and a rascally rummaging raccoon!

This helps to reinforce each letter and encourage kids to continue their alphabetic accomplishments.

Not only do kids learn the letters of the alphabet and how to write them, they also learn the names of 26 animals that each begin with a different letter.

There are surprises around every corner! So get ready, set, learn!

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Great for a 4 year old.
Sheryl Sandros
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Excellent! I'd love to see your take on tracing numbers
Jacob Phillips
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AWEDOME
Stephanie McNeil