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Learning Resources Jungle Animals Set of 60
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- Take an early math safari journey with these beautifully detailed jungle animal counters
- Count, sort, make patterns, classify, and learn addition and subtraction with 3D animal counters
- Included "Did You Know?" animal fun facts help children build vocabulary, encourage curiosity about wildlife, and can be used as story starters for writing exercises
- Whether you roam alone like tigers, preferring a solitary safari, or in a herd like gazelles and elephants with friends this set provides plenty of imaginative play possibilities
- Set of 60 counters includes 5 each of 12 exotic animals: cheetah, elephant, gazelle, giraffe, gnu, gorilla, hippo, lion, ostrich, rhinoceros, tiger, and zebra
- Animals measure 2"- 3½" H
- Ideal for ages 3+
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Animal Fun You Can Count On!
This set of 60 jungle animal counters provides preschoolers hands-on practice counting, sorting, and classifying. Spread the animals out and count them up, find and sort five sets of 12 different species, sort by color… the jungle fun never ends!
Play and Learn
Jungle Animal Counters make a great manipulative for early math explorations including counting, adding, and subtracting. They’re also the perfect pretend play props, enhancing vocabulary and language skills through imaginative play.
60 Fun Safari Friends
This set of 60 jungle animals includes five each of 12 different species. Each animal measures between 2 inch- 3 inch.
- Develops early-math skills including counting, sorting, and classifying
- Encourages creative play
- Builds vocabulary and language skills
Learning You Can Count On
This set provides preschoolers practice with counting, sorting, and classifying.
Includes 60 plastic jungle animals for hands-on learning and fun.
Includes “Did You Know” animal facts to engage kids further and encourage additional inquiry and investigation.
Choking Hazard-Small parts not for children under 3 years of age.
Top Customer Reviews
So this set comes in a round plastic container- just like the one pictured. There are lions, tigers, cheetahs, giraffes, hippos, rhinos, wildebeest, gazelles, elephants, ostriches, and gorillas. I thought that they would come in an even amount of numbers (5 giraffe, 5 cheetah, 5 elephants, etc.). I was wrong. They came in sporadic numbers. (6 giraffes, 7 tigers, 4 ostriches, etc.). Not really a big deal, but if you're looking for even amounts of each animal- then this set probably won't work (unless you buy two sets and create them into even animal groups).
I bought these because I believe in interactive learning. As a child math was probably my toughest subject. And a lot of the kids I work with also seem to struggle with basic math skills. I use this set with elementary aged children. Starting at a preschool age all the way to fourth grade. The animals are very durable- a plastic rubber like material. They can be thrown, stepped on, smashed, bent, and pretty much tortured and will still stand up- a great feature when working with kids (when they get frustrated- they can just throw the animals! haha). They are all really well painted- they have realistic colors and great detail. I'd say they're comparable to the small plastic animals you'd buy in a tube at a zoo or museum. The only weird thing was that the gorilla had red eyes (why?). It came off kind of creepy. But other than that all the animals were cute.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great for learning animals with set of 60 there are some animals that are 2 inches tall while the other animals are 1 inch tall my kids love them and have a blast with them... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Rosalinda medina
I needed these for a day camp STEM activity building bridges with Popsicle sticks. They are really cute, very durable and perfect for little hands to put on the bridges. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Emily Schroed-zander
My nephew is enjoying this set. I also want him to get educated with the different types of animals that there are out there.Published 29 days ago by Lisa