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Baby ABC Blocks

Posted by Rosie_GA (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 3, 03 at 15:10

OK......I'm planning on putting ABCs on wooden blocks. Will use one letter per block and three pictures that match that letter. I will paint and then decoupage the letter and pictures. I need a source for uniform letters and animals, objects, etc. That means 78 pictures of animals and/or objects. My blocks are 2 1/4 in square. Haven't looked in the "School/Teacher" stores I see. They might have something like this. Any ideas????


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RE: Baby ABC Blocks

I wonder if you did a google search for baby abc blocks if something wouldn't show up. I bet it would then you could print off.


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Tried that......there are many wooden blocks to sell and I can see some as examples. I might try kiddie books in the library. I just need them all to be a consistent size.
Thanks


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Rosie, I did a google search for printable ABC books and there were loads of them This link has a lot of links. I looked at a few and there is so much you can use.
This one looks good too. http://www.bobsedulinks.com/early_learn.htm

Hope you can find something

If you download something you can resize it in your computer.

Here is a link that might be useful: ABC links


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RE: Baby ABC Blocks

Rosie...I was just trying to organize some of the bookmarks I've collected from these forums...and came across this site..AlphaBuddies Looks like it may help!
Tiger


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well thanks you two.......didn't think to put in printable abc .......duhhhhhh!!
will go check them out.


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Try scrapbook stores. They have tons of letters and stickers


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