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Pop It In The Post Game

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Pop It In The Post Game
Pop It In The Post Game
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Pop It In The Post is a brilliant game for little ones. Match up the letters, envelopes and stamps, then post them in the post box. Ideal for developing fine motor skills, this game can also be used by younger children for role play as well as a durable educational game when they become a little older.

This fun and simple game will engage your child and they will adore the vibrant and playful colours.

With two dice and instructions for different games to play.

Quick Facts:
Match the letters, envelopes and stamps then post in the post box
Great for developing fine motor skills
Use for role play games
Bright and colourful.

How does this help my child ?

  • Problem solving
    Problem solving

    These toys teach your child to work things out for themselves.

  • Hand to Eye Coordination
    Hand to Eye Coordination

    This toy helps your child to develop good reflexes.

Specification

  • Weight: 0.8 kg
  • Height: 21 cm
  • Width: 22.5 cm
  • Depth: 18.5 cm

Pop It In The Post Game reviews verified by Reevoo

(9.8 out of 10)
Fun Factor
9.8
Durability
9.4
Value for money
9.4
Overall rating
9.8
Scores 9.8 out of 10 based on 36 reviews
(10 out of 10)

Captain

Essex GB
Bought this for my 2 year old grand-daughter and she loves it, so I am happy!
Confirmed purchase: 13 May 2014
Published on: 13 May 2014
(10 out of 10)

DotingGranny

Derbyshire GB
I had to order the post box but it was certainly worth waiting for, It is a huge success with both of my young grand-daughters.
Confirmed purchase: 24 April 2014
Published on: 24 April 2014
(8 out of 10)

PAC2

North Wales GB
My two year daughter has lots of fun matching the letters to envelopes and putting them in the post box. She doesn't quite get the dice game yet but am sure she'll enjoy that aspect as she gets older. It's a fun way to get children recognising and matching colours. Study plastic design. Definitely recommended - especially good value with 20% discount.
Confirmed purchase: 03 April 2014
Published on: 05 April 2014
(10 out of 10)

tripeys

cheshire GB
bought this as a xmas gift for the grandchildren. Its very colourful and well made. They are 18 months olds and at the moment are having fun posting the plastic cards throught the box. I am sure as they get older it will be even better when they start matching the letters etc. i would highly recommend it, its delightful.
Confirmed purchase: 10 January 2014
Published on: 13 January 2014
(8 out of 10)

serafina

GB
bought for 1 year old grandson instead of wooden posting box. think he will enjoy posting letters at this age then play the game when he is older.
Confirmed purchase: 22 December 2013
Published on: 23 December 2013
(10 out of 10)

Sunshine08

GB
My two year old loves playing with this. The only niggle I have is that when she is re-orientating the envelopes to post them into the post box, the letters fall back out of the envelopes and onto the floor which can be quite frustrating for her. That aside, I can see this toy getting lots of play time as there are so many different ways in which it can be played with.
Confirmed purchase: 06 November 2013
Published on: 06 November 2013
(10 out of 10)

Lilly14

Yorkshire GB
Bought this for my 3 year old son who has problems with fine motor skills. Excellent for colour matching, fixing stamps on and putting letters inside envelopes. Does everything we expected it to do and has been used regularly.
Confirmed purchase: 21 November 2012
Published on: 22 November 2012
(10 out of 10)

Maxie123

Wales GB
I originally bought this item for my daughter for Christmas when she was 2. She will turn 4 next week and still loves to play with it.
She loves to match the letters and stamps and also loves posting anything else that will fit!
It is very durable and her's still looks brand new after all this time.
As my daughter liked this so much i have since bought it as a present for two other children.
Confirmed purchase: 06 November 2012
Published on: 06 November 2012
(10 out of 10)

MummyCat

GB
My elder daughter was given Pop It in the Post eight years ago, for her first birthday. It has remained a family favourite since then, with her younger siblings and cousins all finding matching up the cards and stamps and posting them very satisfying. Despite many bumps, it has stayed in good condition. I have just purchased one for my youngest niece and I hope that she will get lots of fun out of it too.
Confirmed purchase: 04 November 2012
Published on: 05 November 2012
(10 out of 10)

MA22

Northern Ireland GB
Have recently purchased this on a 20% discount for christmas. My 3 year old wants a post box for christmas and I have no doubts this purchase will tick all her boxes. It is colourful, durable, educational and fun.
Confirmed purchase: 03 November 2012
Published on: 05 November 2012
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