Learning Resources Peekaboo Learning Farm – 10 Pieces, Ages 18+ months Toddler Learning Toys, Counting and Sorting Toys, Farm Animals Toys

Price: $19.99 - $11.39
(as of Apr 30,2023 12:05:03 UTC – Details)


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Peakaboo Learning Farm

The Peekaboo Learning Farm includes 5 two-piece numbered barns in 5 colors and 5 barnyard animal finger puppets.




Farmyard Surprises!

Discover fun learning surprises down on the farm inside each of this set’s 5 colorful, countable barns!

Meet The Animals!

Each barn houses one of 5 adorable farm animals finger puppets – there’s a cow, pig, chicken, and more!

All Kinds of Learning!

These barns grow with your child – move from fine motor and puppet play up to early mat and color identification!

Ages & Stages

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Help kids navigate the world of numbers with this toy that builds the skills they need to start counting as high as they can!

Color Recognition

There’s a rainbow of new skills waiting with this toy that help kids recognize and name colors from warm reds to cool blues!

Imaginative Skills

Let imaginations soar with this toy that builds creativity and social skills through immersive role play!

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5 ANIMAL FINGER PUPPETS: MEET 5 adorable farm animal finger puppets, including a cow, pig, chicken, and more
LEARNING THAT GROWS WITH YOU: GROWS with you from imaginative puppet play to early math and color recognition
FINE MOTOR SKILLS TOYS: Build fine motor skills with two piece barns sized right for little hands
GIVE THE GIFT OF LEARNING: Whether you’re shopping for holidays, birthdays, or just because, toys from Learning Resources help you discover new learning fun every time you give a gift! Ideal gift for Halloween, Christmas, Stocking Stuffers, Easter Baskets Stuffers or even for Homeschool.
Super Sensory Skills: Sensory fidget toys and activities not only encourage children to explore and investigate, they also help develop motor skills and even build nerve connections in the brain

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