Munchkin Learn Baby Bath Foam Letters & Numbers, Mess-Free Baby Bath Toys & Shower Toys, Sticks on Tiles & Porcelain, Creative Toddler Bath Toys, Removable Kids Bath Toys - Set of 26 Floating Letters
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I also thought it would be really fun for my kids to be able to mix and match some hairstyles, faces and accessories to make different 'people. Each foam bath letters set includes a handy, easy-dry netted bag with easy-stick suction cups – Ideal for ensuring that the alphabet stays complete with all 26 of your phonetic friends. This set of 36 Munchkin Bath time Floating Letters and Numbers comes in six fun colours, clings to bathroom walls when wet, and provides endless opportunity for bath time learning.
First, I did try using a deep point blade which can be used with either a Cricut Explore Air 2 or a Cricut Maker. Once the blade does its first set of passes, push 'go' again and the machine will do two more passes. It will still be attached a little bit to the sheet, but you should be able to easily pop the shapes out.
They are especially useful right now with my five year-old who is learning sight words and how to spell different things, like our family members' names! Quality You Can Trust – Jaques of London have been busy inventing and crafting some of the world’s most beloved family games and toys for over 225 years. I didn't have great success with doing it that way, so I decided to use the Knife Blade in my Cricut Maker.
You can help your child identify the alphabet, learn to count, spell simple words or group by colour - An added bonus! This is also when you should change your material size if you are planning to use a bigger mat, like a 12x24.
With all 26 bath alphabet letters included, all you need is a dash of water to begin washing with words. I moved the little pieces on this pink one to be cut from inside the hair rather than on the outside. The knife blade will do a couple of passes with each shape, then a screen will pop up asking if you want to finish with the cut.
We all love how these DIY bath toys turned out, and I was able to make a TON with just a few sheets of craft foam.
When I talk about how to cut through the craft foam, I wanted to make sure to specify the kind I am using. With a love of all things fun and educational, our family run business is jumping for joy to bring endless excitement to your door.