Our collection of wooden magnetic letters and mumbers are the perfect way to encourage learning in young children. They can use these magnetic letters and numbers to spell out words and count numbers, practice letter sounds or create simple maths problems! It also encourages creativity because there are no rules when it comes to playtime with these fun pieces. They can spell out words or make up their own stories. The possibilities are endless!
✓ The uppercase magnetic letters contains 49 letters, lowercase set contains 63 magnetic letters and the numbers set contains 55 magnets
✓ Best for developing literacy skills and well as fine motor skills.
✓ A great toy for educational play.
✓ Comes in a handy wooden box to store them in.
✓ Great for learning the alphabet and developing spelling, reading skills and practising basic math skills.
Engage your kids to love playing with letters and numbers
These brightly coloured wooden uppercase and lowercase letters with magnetic backs make learning the alphabet fun. Great for practising spelling and reading in a fun and informal way. They are also great for teaching children about phonics as they learn to sound out words by matching up the letter sounds to each letter of the alphabet. This uppercase set includes 49 play pieces whilst lowercase contains 63 play pieces! The perfect addition to any home or classroom!
The wooden magnets numbers are perfect for learning and developing basic maths skills. The set contains 55 magnets of the numbers 0-9 as well as plus, minus, multiply and divide symbols so that you can create simple maths problems for your children to solve.
Peter & his wife Lizare started Bigjigs in 1985. Peter used to handmade wooden jigsaws at the bottom of his garden in the shed. Liz & Peter were both teachers so were always interested in educational toys, and this has always been a strong feature in all Bigjigs toys, strong child development is at the forefront of all design. Pete decided to upskill himself and become a Craft Design teacher. 2017, their two sons, Sam and Tom became the Directors. The company has expanded its operations to sell online as well as supplying other retailers in year 2018. Bigjigs Rail, Didicar, Tidlo and ZooBooKoo are all part of the Bigjigs family.
1. At what age is this suitable to play?
Suitable for ages 3 years +
2. What skills will the toy help develop?
Great for learning the alphabet and developing spelling, reading skills and practising basic math skills.
3. Does it include the sturdy wooden storage box?