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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect fine motor skill manipulative! A surprise hit with preschoolers, who will sit for the longest time sorting from one side to the other. The tongs are the draw (would recommend getting a metal set, the plastic ones aren't as sturdy), and the lovely tactile quality of the fruit. Definitely choking hazard, so wouldn't use with the youngest set without supervision. I love that you can sort by color, by type of fruit, or by number. Our set has lasted eight months of daily continuous play in an institutional setting with only one broken tong.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fantastic, but I need replacement parts I love this sorting pie! The size, quality and detail of the fruit pieces are fantastic. This "game" is a big hit with both my 3 year old daughter and her 6 year old cousin. Unfortunately, a care-giver thought it would it be a good idea to let them play with the fruit in a water table but didn't dry the pieces before returning them to the pie pan. Consequently, the sorting cards stored in the bottom of the pan were ruined. Is there any way I can get replacement cards?
Date published: 2014-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant for early numeracy skills The quality of this is fantastic and the learning potential huge. The set comes with the pie itself, a removable inner part with 5 compartments, a lid, two tweezers, 60 fruits in 5 colours and 3 reversible inserts. The idea is that you sort the fruits by number, colour or type using the tweezers which are great for improving fine motor control and finger strength.
Date published: 2014-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great high quality toy My twin boys enjoy sorting the fruits. The tweezers seem a little too big for their hands, but I think it makes it a little more challenging for them and I like it. One of my boys is falling behind with his fine motor skills, his fingers are very weak. I purchased this toy in hope to strengthen his fingers and grip. He gets frustrated sometimes because his hands are so tiny and he has a very hard time picking up bananas and green beens, but I still keep incuriging him to try again. I don't keep this toy just laying around and I take it out to play 2-3 times a week in hope that they will not get bored with it too fast. We had this toy for may be 3 weeks or so and I already see that my boys got much better at picking up fruit and being able to hold it for a longer time. Very good toy to improve fine motor skills and strengthen the fingers.
Date published: 2015-04-09
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