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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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.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this counting and sorting farm. Great for 2 and 3 year olds learning concepts!Published 17 months ago by Harriet Fritz
Cute and fun sorting and counting game. Bought this for my daughter when she turned one and she loves it.Published 21 months ago by Trish
Both of our two-year-old grandchildren are enjoying their counting/sorting animals.Published 23 months ago by Janice Nelson
I bought this used from another mom for my baby. One of the best purchases I have made! My daughter is almost one and has had it for a few months and is always discovering new... Read morePublished on April 18, 2014 by Briana S.
I purchased this as a gift for my 2 year old daughter who loves farm animals. She loves playing with this toy.Published on February 21, 2014 by Lauren D Harris
This is a very pretty, cute teaching toy for a just walking toddler. It's entirely cloth so they can chew on it, if they wish. Read morePublished on February 1, 2014 by Linda Roseland
Purchased this for xmas and it was one of the first presents he opened. He kept going back to this toy and didn't want to open more presents and still loves it! Great toy!Published on January 12, 2014 by Sonnta Simon
this was a delightful toy. My 18 month old grandson was tickled with it on Christmas and I think it was an excellent choicePublished on December 31, 2013 by DCA
I didn't read very well so i bought this for our 8 mo old. It is soft and she likes to play with it, but she isn't quite developmentally there yet. Read morePublished on December 26, 2013 by J Chap