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Learning Resources Snap-n-Learn Counting Cows

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These Learning Resources Snap-n-Learn Counting Cows help children learn number identification and much more.


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PRODUCT FEATURES

  • One cow half features written numbers & the other half features dots
  • Kids will love snapping them together
  • Color coding on the cows helps kids find the right solutions
  • Perfect for little hands & sturdy enough for classrooms

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • 10 numbered cow fronts
  • 10 spotted cow backs

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • 7.4"H x 5.5"W x 5.5"D
  • Age: 2 years & up
  • Imported
  • Model no. LER6707

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cute Cows! This is a very cute way to introduce number recognition, color recognition, counting and fine motor skills. The cows are very well made, bright and adorable. The pieces are easy to pull apart and put back together. The numbers and spots are easy to read and count. I appreciate the plastic container with handle that they are stored in. These would be perfect for 2 to early 5 year olds. Great for one on one or small group learning. My students in Kindergarten were a bit too old for them; however they thought they were really cute and did want to play with them. I received this item as part of an incentive review program.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product! I introduced this product to a group of 2 year olds, the kids loved it! It was satisfying to take apart the cows and put them back together. The kids loved twisting the pieces around and we were all amused that the cows could "sit down". The cows are fun to play with imaginatively, we used them as props as we sang "Moo Moo White Cow". After putting the cows together randomly, some of the children began matching the colors which gave me the opportunity to introduce number concepts. The product packaging was east to open and tote around and the product itself is durable enough to handle a room of 2 year olds! I would recommend this product.
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My kids love these cows! I ordered Counting Cows and they are great! I love the canister they came in. It is perfect for storing the cows. It also had a handle so that makes it easy for small children to grab it and take it anywhere to play with it. The pieces are very durable and easy to separate and put back together. I love the bright colors of the cows. It is easy to read the numbers and count the spots on the cows. They are nice and bright. My kids love these cows and have a ton of fun mixing up all the numbers and spots (heads and tails) and putting them correctly back together. I would highly recommend this toy! We love it. I received this product as part of an incentivized review program.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Educational & Fun! Great way to start teaching number sense Great resource for kiddos to learn to count from 1-10 and to eventually be able to match the numeral to the number of objects that numeral represents. Each cow comes apart into two pieces, and the child can easily snap the pieces together matching the numeral to the corresponding number of dots or use the clue of matching the colors (Cow parts have a matching color on head, the written numeral, and dots on the cow's body). Great way to reinforce the learning of colors as well as numbers and counting. My 4 year old grandson enjoyed putting the cows together despite the fact that he could easily match them up. I would recommend starting with this resource around the age of 2 and let the child "grow" into the learning of one-to-one correspondence.
Date published: 2017-03-30
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