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Language Builder iPad Blocks

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  • Instructions for use: Use picture cards and app to recreate structures with blocks
  • Blocks are ready-to-use or can be enhanced by the free Language Builder Blocks app
  • Blocks teach children to expand problem-solving abilities, spatial sense, motor abilities, and lay a foundation for mathematics and storytelling
  • Structure Picture Cards are of random one-forty block structures for children to recreate that meet wide range of abilities
  • Pretend Play Picture Cards have pictures of structures made to look like other objects (i.e., animals, food, transportation, everyday objects)
  • Children can create and add their own structures to customize sessions and plans
  • App includes access to hundreds of additional structure images, a child-friendly block-building timer, multi-user reporting options, and access to a community of users to share designs/ideas
  • New block designs sent to app on a regular basis
  • Works on iPhone and iPad
  • Please note: iPad/iPhone not included
  • Made in China
Cardstock, wooden blocks
Wipe with damp cloth
Forty custom-designed solid wood blocks in different colors, 100 structure picture cards, twenty pretend play picture cards, free Language Builder Blocks iPad/iPhone app
9.75" x 7.5" x 4.5"
3.65 lbs


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Language Builder iPad Blocks

starting at $69.95
This set of kids’ flashcards and wood blocks bridges physical and digital learning. Embedded technology connects the pieces to the Language Builder Blocks app. The cards and app work in harmony to guide little builders through creating structures with the blocks. Kids are immersed in a fun new (and interactive) way to learn that blends watching, listening, and touching.
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Fun fact: kids learn better when their busy hands are involved. Which is why Link4Fun combines physical play with screen time in connected kids’ flashcards, books, blocks, and games. Embedded technology built inside connects to apps on an iPad. By placing the tablet on the open book, or tapping a card on the screen, kids are immersed in a fun new way to learn that blends watching, listening, and touching. Founder Angela Nelson is a behavioral therapist who developed the system after years of making her own teaching materials for working with children. Her approach to learning numbers, letters, and even animal sounds helps kids better absorb these subjects—and it’s lots of fun, too.
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