Sunday, January 11, 2009

Alphabet Alley

A sweet little game we received from a company called Alphabet Alley. This is perfect for my "bigs" to play with Ethan and, soon, Isaac, too!

"Alphabet Alley is a faith-based company that produces high quality toys for the early childhood market. We use all original graphics to illustrate solid values in a fun and entertaining way. Children choose Alphabet Alley products because they are fun! Parents, teachers and schools choose Alphabet Alley products for their educational, motivational and spiritual values," says their web intro.

Their toys are sweet and old-fashioned, and could be simple, easy conversation-starters for little people and their grown-ups.
We received both the Two by Two matching game and the
Noah's Ark Go Fish card game. Both were sturdy and had cute illustrations.

In a time when it's all too easy to find objectionable philosophy tucked into every little corner of our children's world, it's neat to find a company that has such lofty goals, and to find products that focus on "whatsoever is true..." even for the littlest set. The online store also offers neat stacking wooden blocks puzzles, and magnet sets with Bible story character illustrations. If you're looking for a little something extra for your little ones, and you're tired of mass-marketed secular character offerings, check out Alphabet Alley!

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