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Uncle Goose Blocks - American Sign Language & Braille has been reviewed 12 times with an average rating of 4.67

Multi-lingual blocks
Posted 11/14/2011 by Tamara Stoner-Bouse
Rating: 4

We bought these for our daughter's first birthday. I loved the multi-lingual feature of them. My daughter loves stacking and organizing them. The only downfall is that as any 12 +mo child, everything goes in her mouth and where she has chewed on them is fragmenting. Parents, just be cognizant when these go near the mouth. Otherwise a great find!

6 of 7 customers found this review helpful.
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Posted 10/21/2009 by Sharon Rice - GRANDPARENT
Rating: 4

This is a gift. I have yet to see my grandson in action. His father is deaf and my grandson is already learning sign language..before he turns two. I think these blocks will be a great help in language development for him.

5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.
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Posted 3/3/2010 by Linda Ramsey
Rating: 4

The braille blocks had a lot of good information, but for me, too much information. I bought them to try to use as a perquacky game with my mother who is blind from mach. degen. She used to love playing perquacky (you roll lettered, dice-sized cubes and make as many words from combining cubes as possible within time), doing cross word puzzles, etc. Now, even with books on tape, she gets the evening doldrums. And she could really use the mental challenge perquacky offers. (Plus, she doesn't read braille). So I'd love to see these blocks made with ALL of the sides showing a carved letter/braille letter, not just two sides; that is, replace the flat sides that have only painted letters or signs with the carved sides. Also, since I want to "roll" them, it would be nice if they could be made a little smaller. I still think I can figure out some way for mother and me to play together again with these, and I'm having fun learning braille from them.

4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
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A rating of Uncle Goose Blocks - American Sign Language & Braille
Posted 3/5/2012 by Deborah Draughon - GRANDPARENT
Rating: 4

I'm giving it to my grandson for Easter so he hasn't played with them yet.

4 of 5 customers found this review helpful.
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