Very few letters remain.
I keep them in a tupperware in the kitchen cabinet and pull them out when Jack is bored, or when I'm cooking and he needs something to entertain himself.
The usual way we play with them is that I put them all on the fridge, saying each letter (and sometimes the color). Then I put together simple words and just talk about the nothing-type of things that moms talk about with their children who can't talk back. Then, after about two seconds Jack eagerly swings at the letters, knocking them off the magnetic surface. Sometimes he tries to stick them back on, sometimes he just slides them under the fridge (hence the limited letter options), and a lot of time he piles them back in the tupperware to be dumped out again and again.
So here is my challenge to you: How many words can you make with our limited magnets? The longest word gets a gold star! The person with the most words will also get a gold star!
Here are your letters:
Your blue and green consonants:
Your yellow, red, orange and pink consonants:
And, if you don't have any moral objections about lying to a 14-month old, you may also use the two sevens upside down as "L."
Ready? Let the game begin!
Remember, gold stars are on the line people!