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Organic Alphabet Building Blocks

These blocks are made from quality Walnut, Maple, and Cherry woods. They are a beautiful toy that can be passed down from your children to your grandchildren. Learn letters, sounds, stacking, patterns, and spelling with this high quality block set. These will surely become a family heirloom toy.


-Upper case letter on one side, corresponding lower case letter on the other side.

-Size: 1.5 X 1.5 x1.5" inches - 26 blocks

-Finished with Bannor Toys own beeswax and flaxseed oil for safety and durability. Finish is 100% organic and 100% non-toxic and it looks beautiful

-Only the highest quality hardwoods are used: Cherry, Maple, and Walnut

-Each set of blocks comes in a easy to carry drawstring bag

-Every block has rounded edges and is sanded satin smooth

•Gift Notes: If you would like a gift note to accompany this toy just let us know in the “note to seller” box at checkout. We have beautiful and fun gift cards that we will fill out in your name.

•Giving Back: We donate a portion of each sale to a child-centered charity such as Toys For Tots, Make A Wish Foundation, Ronald McDonald House, and more. Thank you for helping us in this mission!

Concepts, photos, designs and intellectual property © Bannor Toys, LLC 2011-2016 Design and toy registered with the U.S. Copyright Office. All rights reserved.
Jesse and Stacey Bannor
Jesse and Stacey Bannor

26 Alphabet Building Blocks Natural & Organic -Wooden Toy Blocks

$48.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: maple, cherry, walnut, wood
  • Ships worldwide from Iowa, United States
  • Feedback: 2234 reviews
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