2 years & Highly tactile and enormously appealing, these realistic looking speckled eggs are smooth and fit perfectly in little hands. Children will enjoy listening to the sound each egg makes while trying to pair it with its match, before mixing them up again to have another turn! Each set contains 6 eggs measuring 2.5"x 1.875" each.
Ages 2 years & up. A 34 piece puzzle that lets kids play creatively in a variety of ways! Children can assemble the 6 puzzles with different animals individually, or put them all together to create one large picture. Includes 10 interchangeable round-shape elements that kids can mix and match for play. Put the pieces with the matching animals where they belong, or mix up the pieces to change the animal habitats. Large pieces are the perfect size for little hands. Comes in a large, keepsake box… More »
Ages 2 years & up. Introduce your little ones to farm animals with this appealing 35-piece jumbo floor puzzle. They will enjoy learning about animals, nature and colors while putting the pieces together to form this large puzzle that measures over 2 x 3 feet! The high-quality, thick cardboard pieces are the perfect size for little hands. The colorful keepsake box with handle makes this puzzle travel-friendly, easy-to-store and great to give as a special gift. 35 Pieces.
2 years & up. Compare, explore, investigate, sort and match eight different familiar farm animals by their footprints. Perfect for sensory exploration and learning about animals. Each stone shows a raised footprint on the front and the owner's image imprinted on the back. Raised impressions on the stones allow to tracks to be made in the ground. Set includes 8 stones.
2 years & up. This unique set of engaging woodland footprints is a great way for children to start their woodland explorations! Each set includes a footprint for a fox, squirrel, rabbit, frog, deer, hawk, owl and mouse. Compare, explore, investigate, sort, and match eight different familiar woodland animals by their footprints. Take the stones on a group walk to compare them with any animal tracks the children discover.