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Educational Insights Shapes Beanbags
- Low Return Rate: 59% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 90% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "preschool furniture"
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- Help little ones learn shapes and colors in this fun toss-and-catch game.
- Includes 8 beanbags for active play, each in a different color and shape, and each embroidered with a different shape word.
- Washable felt beanbags are lightweight and easy for young children to handle.
- Includes 8 beanbags; an activity guide with 7 hands-on games; and a handy drawstring bag for easy storage.
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The Big Idea: Shapes Bean Bags
It’s time to 'shape up' with these toss-and-learn beanbags from Educational Insights. Each bean bag is a different color and shape—circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, pentagon, hexagon, and star—and is beautifully embroidered with its name. Bean bags are approximately 4 inches to 5 inches in size—just perfect for small hands and come in a handy cloth drawstring bag for fun on the go. Includes a 'Tip Sheet' packed with fun activities that make learning shapes an exciting visual and kinesthetic experience.
Shhh. ..They're Learning!
● Hands-on play for Pre-K+.
● Teaches shape name identification.
● Reinforces color identification.
● Encourages imaginative play through learning.
It’s time to “shape up” with these toss-and-learn beanbags. Each beanbag is a different color and shape—circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, pentagon, hexagon, and star—and is beautifully embroidered with its name. Washable, felt beanbags are lightweight and measure approximately 4” to 5” in size—just perfect for small hands—and come in a handy cloth drawstring bag. Includes an activity guide packed with fun activities that make learning shapes an exciting visual and kinesthetic experience.
From the Manufacturer
It’s time to “shape up” with these toss-and-learn beanbags. Each bean bag is a different color and shape—circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, pentagon, hexagon, and star—and is beautifully embroidered with its name. Bean bags are approximately 4” to 5” in size—just perfect for small hands—and come in a handy cloth drawstring bag. Includes a “Tip Sheet” packed with fun activities that make learning shapes an exciting visual and kinesthetic experience.
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On a good note, my 5 year old and I throw them back and forth to each other and say the name when we catch it. My 2 year old loves playing hide and seek games with them around her room, and we work on colors. So those of you with more than one kid, its really nice to know that it works for a few age groups. And if you think my games were lame, lol, then they were kind enough to add a list of games for the less imaginative ;-)
As for durability, it was a well made bean bag, it seems to have a lining of some sort that would stop the beans from seeping out, also they get tossed pretty hard! And they really seem to be holding up well!
And I love the little drawstring bag it comes in, nice to have a place to keep it! Great bonus.
Oh well, I guess there is no such thing as a perfect toy! I just would've given it 5 stars if the bag was filled a bit more.
These are durable as can be. My son, who is heavily into chewing on things, still chews on these. Can get an entire one in his mouth even (he's 5, and a bit big for his age). I haven't had a single seam come undone on these. Not a single one. They are still in great shape, and I love how versatile these are as a teaching tool. In the beginning I would use them for other things too, like putting them on my head to try and engage him in eye contact, or juggling them to try and get him interested in grabbing one and playing with me. I am such a lousy juggler by the way...3.5 years with these bags and I can still only juggle two of them at the same time, juggling just is so not my thing. But it really is a cool feature to have these in shapes and colors to for "give me..." targets. You can really work on a lot of things with the same activity that way. So, for epic durability and multi faceted usefulness, these are a 5 star product.