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Manhattan Toy Counting and Sorting Farm


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  • Stacking and sorting fun is sure to be had with this fun filled gift set
  • Develops eye hand coordination and fine motor skills
  • Help your child develop math and counting skills

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00067U1OM
  • Item model number: 202520
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,730 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
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Each of these soft pens has a number printed on it and the same number of stuffed farm critters inside: 1 chick (in a nest), 2 sheep, 3 pigs and four cows. Kids will develop fine motor skills as they remove and replace the animals. Plus, there are plenty of opportunities for make-believe barnyard play.

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Manhattan Toy Counting and Sorting Farm

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Customer Reviews

Colorful and very well made.
Shelley
This will be a toy that my daughter can play with for quite some time then will be a great toy to share with younger babies as well since it is made so safely.
Elizebeth Neumann
Both Mom and son love this toy!
p31Mom

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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Elizebeth Neumann on November 4, 2005
My 21 month old daughter loves animals, farm animals (especially chickens) and loves to count. When I came accross this toy I knew that she would love it.

There are for main parts in varrying sizes. A large barn for 4 cows, a medium barn for 3 pigs, a small barn for 2 sheep and one nest with one chicken.

The numbers appear on the top and bottom of the barns (which are round soft cyllinders with flat tops and bottoms for stacking) or in the inside and bottom of the nest for the chicken. When you open the barn doors with the hook and loop closure the inside of the door shows what belongs inside, 4 cows etc. Then inside are the different numbers of animals belonging to that barn. They are soft little pillows great for chewing, tossing and squeezing. The animals are all very cute and loveable and the colors used are bright and stimulating.

This will be a toy that my daughter can play with for quite some time then will be a great toy to share with younger babies as well since it is made so safely.

If you have an animal lover or one who loves to count then this is a great toy to get them.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A. Dingman on October 5, 2007
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The Counting and Sorting Farm is a great concept. However, the material it is made of is hard for stacking the "cups", especially for very young children. The young children love putting the items in and out of each container but, like most toys, to get the best "learning" out of the toy, it requires one on one with an adult or older child. You can use this toy in a variety of ways, however. Language/vocab development, positional words, matching, of course counting/sorting. Having the "cups" different sizes allow for some problem solving to take place. (For example, there are 4 cows and they won't all fit into the sheep container so it must not be the correct container.) It helps with the development of fine motor skills as well as object permanence with the younger children. With older children you can introduce the concept of even and odd, while counting. I personally would put the suggested age at about 18 months. Depending on a preschooler's development, you may find that it doesn't hold their interest or challenge them because the numbers only go up to 4. In general, this toy has potential.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By V. Cotton on September 1, 2008
My 2 year old son really enjoys this toy. I got it to work on sorting like-items which was really easy to do with all the visual aspects of the toy. Once he gets done sorting, he has fun just playing "farm" with the cute animals and stacking the containers. I think even our younger child will enjoy this toy's soft containers and animals. Great toy for a child to grow up with as it is great for a wide span of ages.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By JJC on January 26, 2010
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My son got this for his 1st birthday. He is now 19 months old and he plays with it all the time. The little animals are soft, like little pillows, and they are fine for chewing. We mix up all the animals and put them in different 'barns' and then he loves to take them out, sort them and put them all back in the correct 'barn.' We practice counting and matching too. This is a very cute toy set, and I get it for friends as a gift too. Great price for a toy that a baby can just chew on and play 'peek a boo' with the animals in their houses, and great that the toy grows with the child and offers more educational things for them to do as they get bigger: counting, sorting, matching, stacking.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jillybean59226 on August 28, 2013
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I'm finding it rather complicated to rate this toy appropriately and want to emphasize up front that my review is somewhat lengthy, but ask everyone to please read it, as it does contain what I consider important info on this product................

OK, first off, upon receiving this item I was pretty surprised at how it was packaged. The cloth animals that go in each block/cylinder were attached inside each with string and each animal was strung together. I immediately cut them loose and pulled the strings out of each animal. However, I have 4 children and my mother owned a daycare when I was growing up, so I have been purchasing children's toys for many years now and have plenty of child safety experience in general. Without any instructions stating that the strings were to be removed, I am none the eager to imagine what could happen if a younger, more inexperienced parent, or perhaps just a parent having a "Duh?!" day or possibly in a rush, which are both scenarios that happen to the best of us, were to leave the strings, thinking maybe they are supposed to stay attached, as some toys are made this way. These were literally strings, like thick cross stitching thread, strings. So, I wasn't too impressed with the packaging and felt if they were packaged this way then there should have been a sticker attached or an instruction pamphlet, something cautioning the removal of these strings prior to play. That said, I tend to be somewhat paranoid about children's safety issues and its not as though its the worst safety hazard I've ever seen, so moving on.

The next thing that I noted was the size of some of the animals. If they were plastic, rubber or maybe even a hard foam, then they would be fine. However, they are cloth with cotton stuffing or batting fill.
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