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Consonant Vowel Consonant Board

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Rs. 1,749.00
Rs. 1,749.00 - Rs. 1,749.00
Current price Rs. 1,749.00
DESCRIPTION

Enhance your child€™s love of reading and recognition of sight words to life with this beautiful and easy-to-use CVC (Consonant, Vowel, Consonant) word tile and board set.

  • Is that a cat, a bat, or a hat? Practice reading and forming consonant-vowel-consonant pattern words with your child to help develop their reading skills. Your child will be producing CVC words on their own in no time. We encourage families to start with the shorter vowels of A and I at the top master those CVC words and continue down the board to the long vowels of O, U, and E. 
  • Featuring lowercase letters, these beautiful wooden alphabet boards and bases are designed to help children learn how to blend and segment letters to create CVC (consonant, vowel, consonant) words in a fun and inviting way.
  • A note about Chitrani wooden toys: Wood is a natural material and as such, has various unique markings. Variations in wood grain, color, knots, texture, or dye transfer are all natural occurrences in these hand-stained wooden products. These unique variations and markings are proof of quality, not defects. Enjoy the markings that make your Chitrani toy unique!

Contains

  • 26 alphabet tiles
  • 1 CVC board
  • 1 cloth bag to store alphabet tiles

Size

Size of letters- 5 cm x 5 cm

Size of board- 32 cm x 18 cm

AGE GUIDANCE

3 years and above

MATERIALS

Sustainably harvested rubberwood, sanded, and smooth edges

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

India

ABOUT THE BRAND

The Nestery presents Chitrani is a sustainably managed family-run wooden toys brand based in the Thar Desert of India. They mainly focus on offering safe wooden toys made of sustainably managed woods that complement development for children, in particular during their first five formative years when parents should instil in children a sense of the privilege of playing and nurture their proximity to nature.