Upcycled Alphabet Game
Childs hand playing with Upcycled Alphabet Game
Upcycled Alphabet Game with an orange, butterfly and tomato cutout over the letters O, B and S
Upcycled Alphabet Game with alternative set of images and letters
Upcycled Alphabet Game with butterfly and orange fabric cutouts paired with letters B and O
Upcycled Alphabet Game
Childs hand playing with Upcycled Alphabet Game
Upcycled Alphabet Game with an orange, butterfly and tomato cutout over the letters O, B and S
Upcycled Alphabet Game with alternative set of images and letters
Upcycled Alphabet Game with butterfly and orange fabric cutouts paired with letters B and O

Zeki Learning

Upcycled Alphabet Game
$35
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Help the little ones learn the alphabet…but make it a game! This upcycled sensory game helps teach the kids about letters and sounds through an interactive, touch-and-feel experience. They may even challenge you to the best 2 out of 3.  


Plus, the carrying case makes it easy to keep all the pieces in one place or take the game on the go.

  • · This product ships in a recyclable cardboard box and 100% plastic-free shipping materials.
  • · This game is designed to be used for a long, long time and passed down to family or friends. When you can no longer get any use out of it, it can be cut up and reused as rags to clean around the home, or you can send it to us for responsible upcycling or disposal via our circularity program. Just shoot us a note at hi@goldune.com!
  • · This product ships 5-7 business days after you order it.
  • · Includes 6 letters and 18 corresponding images that match each sound (3 images per letter).
  • · The fabric bag measures 9” x 8”.
  • · For children 3+.
  • · Hand wash or machine wash on delicate.
  • · Due to the upcycled materials, colors and textures may vary slightly.
  • · Handmade from upcycled fabric scraps like cotton blends, felt, fleece, and more from local bedding and furniture factories, as well as recycled fabrics leftover from other manufacturers.