Learning Resources Counting Cookies
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- Features 10 cookies with numbers 1-10 on the bottom and the corresponding number of candy-pieces on the top
- Encourages kids to explore early math skills in treat-themed imaginative play
- Includes sturdy plastic jar with lid for easy clean-up and storage
- Soft plastic cookies measure 2" each
- Recommended age range from 2 to 5 years
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Top Customer Reviews
It's really a great toy. We like a lot of the Learning Resources products.
Great right, wrong! The cookies are small enough to fit entirely into a 3 yr. old mouth and big enough to gag her. Luckily I was right next to her to help get it out fast. Age should be older than two unless they make the cookies too big to fit in a mouth.
Another game: hide one of the cookies and ask your child to put the cookies in order. They have to tell you what cookie is missing and then they have to find that cookie.Read more ›
I have one slight issue with this toy - the top of the cookie jar doesn't fit on as well as I'd like. It never truly sits in place correctly, although it does sit on top of the cookie jar. I'm not sure if this is a manufacturing problem or if it's a shipping problem. It looks like the jar is VERY slightly bent into an oblong shape, which is why I think the top won't fit on. This could simply be a shipping issue just for me though. I've tried bending it back, but haven't had any luck.
Either way, educational and fun toy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this for my grandson who has autism. It stimulated many senses for him, touching, sight, recognizing numbers and motor skills of putting them in the jar. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Elizabeth M. Belcher
It's okay but the glue they use to join the seams of the cookie jar is to weak and has split. The jar still holds together but it feels a bit flimsy now with a crack in the side. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ryan Roy
The item pictured is NOT what you will receive. The rainbow m&m version pictured is the old version, which I was looking for specifically. Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. Brunkenhoefer
This is a great toy for kids to learn, and it is fun too. I bought this for my niece and nephew, and they still play with them from time to time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paige
I've gotten this for two sets of kids that got kitchens for Christmas....boys and girls. I just love them. It's a good size for kids and I like to get learning toys.Published 3 months ago by Monica C. Smith-Kelly
How many cookies in the cookie jar? My daughter loves her cookie jar and loves to learn counting. Such a yummy, I mean fun toy!Published 8 months ago by Know Your Produce
Such a great product to help children learn to count and recognize numbers at the same time. Would recommend to others.Published 10 months ago by Fashion Chick