Feature Friday: upper/lowercase simple wood blocks

I ran across these upper/lowercase simple wood blocks over at the nonchalant mom and fell in love.

upper/lowercase simple wooden blocks from the nonchalant mom

upper/lowercase simple wooden blocks - nonchalant mom

This set is quality with a capital Q, and includes a little extra something. 14 blocks feature big, bold lettering in both uppercase and lowercase, with bright colors to draw a child’s attention. One complete embossed uppercase alphabet and one complete printed lowercase alphabet with some extra vowels thrown in for spelling names or Hawaiian words. 14 1.75″ cubes (44m) – Ages 2+

Gorgeous. That’s how I describe them. I would have loved having blocks like this for my son when he was younger. They are perfect for little hands and great for teaching kids how to spell their name correctly.

This is one item I’m adding to my faves so I’m ready for my next baby shower.

Disclosure: I was not compensated, nor asked to mention these blocks by nonchalantmom. I just thought they were cool.


 Lisa Frame has been blogging since 2002. Mommyality is where she tells it like it is. Real life parenting for real parents. No warm fuzzies here, just the shell shocked adventure of a Momma raising a tween boy in a suddenly smelly world. Read more from this author


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