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Review: Wikki Stix

Wikki Stix are pretty neat. The stix don’t dry out so you can reuse them over and over. I think they are a perfect way to help toddlers learn how to form their letters. Super easy to use, too. You just push the stixs onto the card and they stick. I would suggest these for young kids who haven’t yet started writing.


Not only can you use them to make the letter the kit comes with but you could use them to form numbers and shapes. Or get those creative juices flowing by letting your kiddo make whatever comes to mind. 


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