KidKraft Noah's Ark Shape Sorter
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- Fun, vivid colors
- 17 total pieces: 2 lions, 2 turtles, 2 monkeys, 2 pandas, 2 giraffes, 2 elephants, 2 doves, Noah, his wife and the ark
- Helps kids learn about the story of Noah's Ark early in life
- No assembly required
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The Kid Kraft Noah's Ark Shape Sorter lets kids play with adorable animals and work on their shape recognition skills at the same time. It's so much fun watching a young kid sit down with this shape sorter and try to fit the pieces into the right spaces.
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Update: We had to take this away from my little girl. She got one of the smaller animals stuck in her mouth and choked twice. At first we thought it was just the one animal, so we removed that, but then the same thing happened with the next size up. I will say that my daughter is one of those kids who mouths everything, but I couldn't risk it.
UPDATE: My daughter plays with this everyday. She is 13 months old and loves the animals and people. I wanted to mention that I had to put the smaller animals up for now because I turned around tge other day and she was gagging on the turtle. There is no way it would go down her throat but it was stuck in her mouth. The smaller animals can come out for play when she gets a little older.
Our second disappointment were the missing turtles!