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Hape - Numbers Matching Puzzle

by Hape

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  • 11 number pieces fit into a sturdy wooden frame with child safe finishes
  • Easy to grip knobs make this puzzle perfect for young hands to handle
  • Unlike other puzzles, Educo puzzles by Hape International are screen printed onto the wood base
  • Toy finishes are all non-toxic, child safe, and of the highest quality
  • All Hape products comply with EN71 and ASTM quality standards - wood used comes from FSC managed forests
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.3 x 0.4 x 9.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004PXOKBI
  • Item model number: ED743780
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 7 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,299 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Numbers Matching Puzzle

Children match the number shape to the puzzle outline and find the corresponding number of dots. Puzzle play helps children develop fine motor skills, cognition and visual senses. Unlike other knob puzzles, Hape puzzles by Hape are screen printed onto the wood base. They are manufactured using quality Russian Birch plywood and child-safe German inks and finishes. The toy finishes are all non-toxic, child-safe and of the highest quality.

  • Product Dimensions: 11.3 (L) x 0.4 (W) x 9.7 (H)
  • Age: 2 to 6 years


Recommended Ages:3 – 7

From the Manufacturer

Children match the number shape to the puzzle outline and find the corresponding number of dots. Puzzle play helps children develop fine motor skills, cognition, and visual senses. Unlike other knob puzzles, Educo puzzles by Hape Int. are screen printed onto the wood base. They are manufactured using quality Russian Birch plywood and child safe German inks and finishes.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By lollipopsandlattes on November 28, 2011
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The puzzle is cute and a bit whimsical in appearance and does NOT talk, which is what appealed to me. That said, I was and am extremely disappointed with this product, and I would never buy it again (and I wouldn't have bought it if I had seen it in person rather than ordered it online).

The lure, for me, was that the puzzle looked a bit different in appearance than most number puzzles, and I DID want something different. It was meant to be a Christmas present for my 23-month-old, but when I saw it, I knew this was not the ideal puzzle for learning to recognize numbers, so I gave it to her and watched. So here we go:

The little one was, indeed, enchanted, and she does play with this puzzle (hence the three stars for "fun"), but the sole piece that she's managed to insert at this point is the number 10. Obviously, I have no real issue with this, since she is so young. I do, however, take task with the shape of many of the numbers. For example, the number three does not have a wide space between its upper and lower section, which makes it more difficult to distinguish it from the number eight. The number one's shape is too similar to the shape of the number seven. For a little one who is just learning to identify the shapes of numbers, these make it still more difficult to learn a concept that on its own is a challenge--just think of how frequently young ones get the shape of the six and the nine confused when they sit down to write out numbers (even though they can readily distinguish between the two on site).

Then there are the associations... Beneath the black and yellow striped number one, we find a duck.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By KateKL on June 22, 2012
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I bought few different toys made by Hape and each time quality was really good and service was fast.
I will buy new toys from this company again for sure.
However, construction of this toy needs some improvements. I have noticed that my baby has problems with distinguishing shapes of numbers; they are too similar (1 and 7, 3 and 8).

Pos:
1. Highest quality, very durable smooth birch plywood, no rough edges
2. Non-toxic safe paint
3. This is not paper sticker (compare to cheaply made Melissa & Doug toys for the same price!!!), there are bright colorful graphics printed directly on plywood (two layers of illustrations)
4. Very easy to clean, doesn't disintegrate in baby's mouth
5. perfectly sized for small hands
6. good price

Neg:
1. It is hard to distinguish shapes, but my baby likes this toy, so I am pretty sure he will find out how to work with it.
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By Christina Rogers on June 30, 2013
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When I opened the box - the puzzle was defective. The top layer of particle board (?) on the base was peeling up between the 6 and 7 (where the cuts are between the spots for the numbers) and the entire top of the number 8 had peeled back! Item has been returned and I will not buy this brand again! I am actually shocked that a product in this condition was shipped - how did the picker, inspector or shipper not notice this?
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My 18-month-old learned numbers relatively quickly so we didn't get a lot of "serious" use out of this as I expected. I do believe it is a simple, well-made, safe product though. The pegs that you grab on the pieces seem pretty sturdy. The pieces are cut out well and fit well.
Also got the alphabet puzzle by same company, which is lovely!

The colors are OK, and match sufficiently, I don't believe kids of this age are looking for lyrical matches of hue between the numbers and the objects underneath. They match enough to help if your kid looks for that kind of cue.

The things I found frustrating were that although the coloring is great, some of the patterns make it hard to visualize the actual number. The most obvious example is the number 8 -- polka dots on a yellow background. The eye just focuses on the polka dots and it's not easy to pick up the curvy shape of the 8 as a whole. Just like the number 1 -- the eye picks up the dark stripes and it's harder to put the light and dark together to make a cohesive shape. It would be better if the numbers had a clear colored outline. I was going to outline them myself with a pen or sharpie but in the end we didn't end up needing this quite as much to learn numbers so I didn't do it. Also the 6 and 9 are very alike in shape.
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