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The prehistoric forest is alive with noise! Herds of duck-billed dinosaurs are honking and braying at each other while smaller plant-eating dinosaurs are grunting and rustling in the bushes. Then all of a sudden—ROAR—it’s the terrifying sound of a T. Rex! Dinoloving kids can meet all of the incredible animals that once walked the face of the earth in this incredible new book from best-selling illustrator Maurice Pledger. Sounds of the Wild: Dinosaurs brings together dramatic, multilayered dinosaur sound effects with incredible pop-up panoramas to give children a sense of life 200 million years ago. With Pledger’s stunning illustrations and a detailed guide to the dinosaurs of each period, kids will find this book entertaining as well as educational.

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Talk about a classic childhood toy! All the colors of the rainbow are represented by these eight smooth, easy-grasp wooden pieces. Stack them on the solid-wood base, designed with rocking edges for safe and intriguing play.

Extension Activities: More Ways to Play and Learn:

  • Ask the child to stack the rings on the rod, including the ball on top. Identify the colors of the rings and ball as they are stacked. Ask the child to repeat each color name after you. Repeat the activity until the child is able to identify each color.
  • Ask the child to stack the rings on the rod, including the ball on top. Count the rings and ball as they are stacked. Ask the child to repeat each number after you. Repeat the activity until the child has mastered counting to eight.
  • Ask the child to stack the rings and the red ball without using the rod.
  • Stack the rings on the rod. Ask the child to touch the largest ring and the smallest ring.
  • Once the child has mastered stacking the rings from the largest to the smallest, ask him/her to reverse the stacking order.

 

Dimensions: 8.5″ x 3.5″ x 3.5″ Assembled

Recommended Ages: 18+ months

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Be sure your little baker uses the oven mitt to remove these four delectable-looking wooden cupcakes from their cupcake baking tray! This special set has three dry-erase markers shaped like icing tubes to decorate the smooth, removable, wipe-off cupcake tops. With colorful baking cupcake sleeves and decorative wooden candles, these low-cal cupcakes will be the hit of birthday and tea parties!

Extension Activities: More Ways to Play and Learn:

  • Ask the child to make the cupcakes to order. For example, you might request one chocolate cupcake with pink icing and green polka dots.
  • Ask the child to tell a story about the cupcakes he/she is baking. Are they for a special party, holiday, or event?
  • Ask the child to study the candles then close his/her eyes. Remove and conceal one candle. Ask the child to describe the missing candle. Repeat by concealing two candles, then three.
  • Place four decorated cupcakes in front of the child. Ask the child to study them then close his/her eyes. Remove and conceal one cupcake. Ask the child to describe the missing cupcake.
  • Pretend to have a birthday party. Ask the child to decorate the cupcakes and place them into the cupcake tray. Ask the child to sing “Happy Birthday,” then “blow out” the candles.

 

Dimensions: 10.5″ x 13.25″ x 3.13″ Packaged

Recommended Ages: 3+ years

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This busy wooden train is just what’s needed to transport a new cow or take cans of milk, fruit and vegetable crates to market. Your young engineer’s imagination will be engaged by the colorful engine and the three interchangeable cars. Hours of fun will be provided as your child loads and unloads the train cars and pretends to steer the train.

Dimensions: 5″ x 21″ x 3″ Packaged

Recommended Ages: 3+ years

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Load up the train with bright, colorful shapes and get learning off to a rolling start! The 15 easy-to-grasp wooden blocks slot onto rods on the flatcars, providing a great opportunity to practice fine motor skills. For even more play value: The blocks can also be used for stacking, building, and sorting, and the smooth-rolling train cars detach to shorten the train or let children play with the cars individually.

Extension Activities: More Ways to Play and Learn:

  • Ask the child to count the number of cars on the train. Ask the child to point to the car that has only one shape of “cargo” block. If the child is not familiar with the shape, explain that it is a rectangle.
  • Ask the child to remove all the blocks from the train and to sort them by color. Count each color group with the child, Repeat the activity until the child is able to count each group independently.
  • Place all the blocks in a row. Ask the child to count all the blocks. Repeat the activity until the child is able to count all 15 blocks.
  • Ask the child to count the wheels on the train and to identify their shape. If the child is not familiar with the shape, explain that a wheel is round like a circle.

 

Dimensions: 5.5″ x 3.5″ x 18.2″ Assembled

Recommended Ages: 2+ years

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