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Wooden Camel Arabic Alphabet Puzzle

This is the WORLD’S FIRST bilingual wooden camel.  This product features both Arabic and English alphabets and consists of 28 brightly coloured blocks.  Assemble, disassemble and then reassemble in the language of your choice.

This is the perfect way for children to learn the arabic alphabet as blocks placed in alphabetic order. A really fun way to learn. But just remember, a camel is not just for Eid, it’s for life!

KEY FEATURES:

  • A wooden puzzle to build a camel
  • 28 colourful wooden blocks
  • Each block has an Arabic letter on one side and an English letter on the other side
  • Build one puzzle using the Arabic letters, reverse the blocks and build another puzzle using the English alphabet
  • Promotes Arabic and English letter recognition
  • Develops fine motor skills and problem solving
  • A fantastic introduction to both the Arabic and English letters

Shipping

Same-day UK dispatch on orders placed during the week (before 11 am). All items posted by tracked delivery and should arrive within 2-3 working days.

 

Original price was: £11.99.Current price is: £9.99.

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Details

Weight 0.45 kg
Dimensions 22 × 23 × 1.5 cm

Customer Reviews

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Ambeya Hoque
Wooden camel puzzle

This was an eid gift which was loved by our nephews. Transliteration under the Arabic letters would have been ideal but nonetheless an excellent gift.

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Ambeya Hoque
Wooden camel puzzle

This was an eid gift which was loved by our nephews. Transliteration under the Arabic letters would have been ideal but nonetheless an excellent gift.

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Shajna Begum
Amazing

Bought this toy as a gift to my nephew to learn both Arabic and English letters… the price was awesome too.. he loves it x

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Shajna Begum
Amazing

Bought this toy as a gift to my nephew to learn both Arabic and English letters… the price was awesome too.. he loves it x

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Mumina Faraz
Love it!

My little sister loves it, she’s only 3 Mashallah and she’s getting on well with learning the alphabets. She also loves the rainbow colours and likes to stack up the blocks and make a ‘tall tower’ when she’s playing independently.