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Learning Resources Counting Cookies

4.7 out of 5 stars 154 customer reviews
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  • Features 10 cookies with numbers 1-10 on the bottom and the corresponding number of candy-pieces on the top
  • Encourages kids to explore early math skills in treat-themed imaginative play
  • Includes sturdy plastic jar with lid for easy clean-up and storage
  • Soft plastic cookies measure 2" each
  • Recommended age range from 2 to 5 years
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

One cookie for you, two cookies for me. Make learning to count delicious with colorful counting cookies.

From the Manufacturer

Learning to count and recognize numbers is a treat with these colorful counting cookies. Includes 10 cookies numbered 1¿10 on the bottom and the corresponding number of candy coated chocolate pieces on the top. These soft plastic cookies measure 2" and can be stored in the included sturdy plastic jar with lid.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10.1 x 5.1 x 10.2 inches
Item Weight 1.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
ASIN B00009XNSS
Item model number LER7201
Manufacturer recommended age 24 months - 5 years
Best Sellers Rank #166,258 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#559 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education > Mathematics & Counting
#65,575 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys
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4.7 out of 5 stars 154 customer reviews

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Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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These were given to my 2 1/2 year old as a gift and I will admit that, at first, I thought it was a rather dull gift. My daughter LOVES it, though. She uses the cookies for counting (and sometimes counts the M&Ms on top). She also has fun playing with them in her kitchen. She cooks the cookies and feeds them to her stuffed animals. She counts how many cookies each doll gets. She spends a lot of time arranging the cookies (and other foods) in the cookie jar.

It's really a great toy. We like a lot of the Learning Resources products.
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The manufacturer actually lists this toy as being for 2-5 yrs. Our 20 mo. old and 3 yr. old both enjoy putting cookies in and taking them out of the cookie jar. They like naming the numbers and counting the M&M chips. They like pretending to bake the cookies.

Great right, wrong! The cookies are small enough to fit entirely into a 3 yr. old mouth and big enough to gag her. Luckily I was right next to her to help get it out fast. Age should be older than two unless they make the cookies too big to fit in a mouth.
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I bought this toy to use at home for practicing numbers. My 6-year-old loves it! She knows her numbers but sometimes has trouble recognizing them in isolation, which is why I bought this toy. We have a few games we like to play using the cookies, which I thought I would share with you all in case you're looking for ideas. We put all of the cookies in the jar and then we take turns choosing one, when I choose a cookie, she has to tell me the number by looking at the numeral. If she doesn't recognize the number or she gets it wrong, we turn the cookie over and she counts the little M&Ms to tell me what the number is. Then I tell her something she has to do that many times. Then we repeat and she chooses a cookie, tells me what the number is, and I have to do that thing x many times. Some examples: jump, stick your tongue out, sit and stand up, spin around, go up x many steps, run to the bathroom and back, open and shut the refrigerator door, etc. After each turn, we lay our cookie down on the floor and then I ask her to tell me all of the previous numbers we have lying on the floor (for review). After we've done all of the cookies, I have her put the cookies in order. As a variation, before the last turn I'll ask her to put the cookies in order and she has to tell me which number is missing and then we check the jar. Although this game is extremely basic to an adult, do not estimate how much it will tickle your little one. My child was overcome with the giggles throughout the whole game and wants to play it over and over because she likes to think of funny things she can make her mommy do (like smell inside stinky shoes).

Another game: hide one of the cookies and ask your child to put the cookies in order. They have to tell you what cookie is missing and then they have to find that cookie.
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I thought this toy was adorable. It's a great learning toy for math, but it's also fun for dramatic play! Two toys in one! This toy is also great for practicing fine motor skills. All of the cookies have a big white number on the bottom, directly correlated to the number of M&M's on top. So, you can count the top M&M's or work on number recognition by using the bottoms. My 18 month old daughter is also still obssessed with "put & take." So she spends lots of time just doing this with the cookies.

I have one slight issue with this toy - the top of the cookie jar doesn't fit on as well as I'd like. It never truly sits in place correctly, although it does sit on top of the cookie jar. I'm not sure if this is a manufacturing problem or if it's a shipping problem. It looks like the jar is VERY slightly bent into an oblong shape, which is why I think the top won't fit on. This could simply be a shipping issue just for me though. I've tried bending it back, but haven't had any luck.

Either way, educational and fun toy!
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My son is two years old and can already count to 10, but I thought he would have fun putting cookies in the jar and having it make noise. This toy makes no noise at all, its simply a cheap plastic jar and ten cheap plastic cookies. The cookies are so flimsy that you can bend them in half. For nearly $20 I feel this toy is a rip off. Save yourself the $20 and draw your child out 10 "cookies" made out of paper and turn a coffee can into a "cookie jar"- it will have just as much educational value and will likely last as long.
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By CMF on February 9, 2012
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My daughter enjoys counting & playing with this toy in her play kitchen. In addition to helping her learn her numbers, it helps with teaching her how to clean up & put the cookies back in the jar. It's very durable, as she has dropped the jar & the cookies multiple times without any damage. Very satisfied, especially for the price (cheaper than at Target).
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I bought this toy to use in my classroom with special needs children. It is bright and colourful and as well as showing the numbers it provides sensory input for my young students counting the smarties on top. I would recommend it for young learners.
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I got this for my 2 year old and my nephew who is almost 2 as well. Our little one loves these cookies, she counts the candy on top then flips the cookie over to make she did it correctly (she knows all of her numbers very well). Sometimes we dump the cookies on the floor and ask her to find the 7 or whatever number. Then she'll pick up the cookie and has to count to make sure she has the correct number before she can drop it in the jar. She likes to play pretend with them also, and feeds them to her dolls. My nephew who isn't really talking or counting just yet, loves to play with them in his kitchen set. The lid on both cookies jars fit very well, I read some reviews where people have said they didn't, but we haven't had any problems. This gift is going to every child I know and is a great learning tool.
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