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  • Roll a cube to determine which flies to munch- practice number and color matching skills too
  • Includes 2 durable rubber frogs 60 flies 1 number cube 1 color cube and activity guide
  • Frogs measure 2.5" in diameter
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 7 x 3 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B006RQ8U7Q
  • Item model number: LER5072
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 6 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,790 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Froggy Feeding Fun Look out flies! Squeeze open Froggy?s mouth and grab flies to strengthen fine motor muscles. Roll a cube to determine which flies to munch. Includes 2 durable rubber frogs, 60 flies, 1 number cube, 1 color cube and Activity Guide. Frogs measure 2 " in diameter. Ages 3+

From the Manufacturer

Squeeze the frog to open its mouth, pick up flies and strengthen fine motor muscles. Roll a cube to determine which flies to munch. Includes 2 durable rubber frogs, 60 flies, 1 number cube, 1 color cube and Activity Guide. Frogs measure 2½" in diameter. For grades Pre K+.

Customer Reviews

This is a really fun toy that my grandchildren enjoy playing with.
Paul Rossetti
I love that it is not only working my son's fine motor skill muscles, but it's also helping him with his colors, number recognition, and counting.
R. DeMille
The frog mouth can only hold no more than 2 flies and I can barely open the mouth because the plastic is so hard.
Hermannk

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Ellybean VINE VOICE on January 31, 2012
My daughter whom is 3 1/2 years old absolutely loves Froggy Feeding Fun. This particular set is in a must have product for your preschooler. The two rubber frogs included are made to emphasize proper handwriting position in developing thumb-forefinger strength by squeezing the frogs mouths to open! How neat is that?

Along with those awesome muscle building frogs in the set, 60 flies, 1 number cube, 1 color cube and Activity Guide are also included. Children can develop number sense, color, and counting recognition. The activity guide gives several suggested activities and intervention strategies to do with your child in getting the most out of the Froggy Feeding Fun Activity set.

My daughter and I have been sitting together a few days a week and playing with this set together. We've right now been rolling the color and number dice and feeding our frogs that particular number to see who can fill up their frogs mouth completely first! She's been having a lot of fun with it. I have seen great results in her pencil holding and also in her counting ability, both things she was struggling with before!

There's nothing I dislike about this set. The recommend age of use is for children ages 3-7 and I would say with the numerous ways you can use this activity kit that's about perfect. This product is great for home or classroom use! I would highly recommend anyone looking for a fun way to teach counting, colors, taking turns, and looking to develop fine motor skills in a exciting way.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Jodi Williamson on February 11, 2013
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The frogs are plastic.... Bugs, and both dice are foam. When my kids roll the dice... say they get red with 3. They want to put 3 red flies in the frogs mouth.... PROBLEM> THESE FROGS ONLY HOLD ONE BUG AT A TIME!!! This doesn't make it fun to play or teach counting with. Don't waste your money.... make one out of a paper sack and print off some bugs then buy some actual dice for the colors and counting or ... make your own. That will be more fun than this. Very disapointed.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Jenni L on June 25, 2012
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I got this for my 3 year old, and while he thinks it's cute and likes taking all the pieces out of the box, the frog is too hard to squeeze for him so he can't really do much with it. I got the Sneaky Snacky Squirrel game at the same time(which also has colors and counting) and he likes that one better because he can actually pick up the pieces. It's just too bad that the frogs are hard for little hands to use. Otherwise it's a cute idea.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Metzger on September 21, 2012
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As a special education teacher I'm always looking for activities to do with my three and four year old children. I like how this game teaches numbers, colors and counting. The children are excited to play with a frog game, but have a lot of difficulty sqeezing the frogs mouth open. My three year old daughter also struggles with this. I would recommend this game for kids 4.5 and 5 yrs old.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Melanie Johnson on July 29, 2012
Froggy Feeding Fun comes with two rubber frogs and 60 yummy flies. Also included is a set of cubes, one with colors and one with numbers. There are no rules to the game but instead the game comes with an activity guide.

The game possibilities are endless! One day, we may play and eat whatever fly the color cube dictates and other days we roll the cube and count out that number of flies. Often times we are having wars to see who can stick the most flies in the frog's mouth or who can build the highest rainbow tower.

I love Froggy Feeding Fun because she is learning the quantitative part of numbering. She can recognize numbers and can even count the flies in a row but didn't really register that a pile of three flies were actually three flies. Three flies that she will turn around and stuff into froggy's mouth, but three flies nonetheless.

Froggy Feeding Fun is for ages 3-7 and my daughter is right on target for this age group having just turned 3. The only problem we had with the games is her hands weren't big or strong enough to open the frog's mouth with one hand. It frustrates her because I have to help her open the mouth (by pinching the two sides inward) or she has to use two hands to do it herself. I know she will eventually get to the point she can handle this on her own but for the younger end of this age group, you may see a struggle while playing this game.

Froggy Feeding Fun is a great game for preschoolers to learn colors and numbers and we give it two thumbs up!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By MomMomOnTheGo on April 4, 2012
Our family loves the Froggy Feeding Fun activity set. It is a great educational toy that is so much fun to use. We love to use it on Family Game Night.

My little one who is 5 loves the set and returns to play with it again and again.

The recommended age is 3-7 but even our 9 year old loves playing it all together, not to mention the adults.

Read a full review at MomMomOnTheGo (dot) com
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lindsay Henderso on September 14, 2012
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I bought this for my three year old twins. It's cute but I didn't give it five stars because the frog only fits about three flies in its mouth at a time which frustrates my son. I wish the mouth were a little larger. Other than that, it's a good toy/game for small children.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By LibraryPiper on October 12, 2013
I bought this for my 3- and 4-year old. As a teacher with an emphasis on early childhood, and as a parent, I had high hopes for this game. However, although there is some educational potential, overall it was a flop. As others have said, it is commendable that the frogs are created to build pre-writing motor skills. However, they are so difficult to squeeze that even I had trouble doing it repeatedly. My children grew very frustrated, and although an older child could probably do it more easily, they would be bored by this activity. For the game aspect, there is very little challenge, suspense, or strategy involved. My kids were excited, at first, but grew frustrated that they couldn't fit all of the flies into the frog's mouth, and couldn't easily transfer them using the frog due to the mouth difficulty. Furthermore, the game dragged on as the colors of flies were used yet we kept rolling the same color.

My kids do play with the flies in their open-ended play, and sometimes the frogs make an appearance, but they've long abandoned the formal structure and die included. Overall, I was disappointed and would not recommend this particular product. It has good potential, but loses a lot on the actual implementation.
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