Previously I reviewed the Pretend & Play Post Office set from Learning Resources, so I already knew the products they offer are really well thought out and of excellent quality. I was very excited when the Snap-n-Learn Counting Elephants arrived and I couldn’t wait to show them to Beth.
Suitable for: 2-6 year olds
Number of elephants in a bucket: 10
Large elephants measure: 5.5cm
The Snap-n-Learn Counting Elephants from Learning Resources are a great way to teach colours by matching up the same colour elephants together. The elephants come in 5 bright colours and link up not only by the numbers but also by the colours on the elephants blanket – a purple elephant is followed by an elephant with a purple blanket.
Good size for little hands
Beth loves playing with the Snap-n-Learn Counting Elephants as they are just the right size for her little hands and elephants happen to be one of her favourite animals! She’s had great fun using them for imaginative play …. they’ve been a necklace, a train and lots of helping each other out of sticky situations hooking their trunks to their tails!!
Learn about sizes and numbers 1-10
At 2 1/2 the Snap-n-Learn Counting Elephants are perfect for Beth’s age as she is in to counting everything she can at the moment. I really like these as they are a very simple way for her to identify the numbers in a gentle and fun way. As well as colours and numbers the elephants can also be used to help identify sizes and distinguish between bigger and smaller.
Learning Resources Quality
The elephants are really well made and of excellent quality so I can see these lasting a long time. They also come in a handy storage bucket that’s clear plastic so they’re very visible on the toy shelf.
Where to buy:
Ends 21st April 2012
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