Learning Resources Sorting Cupcakes
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- Great for developing fine motor skills and shape recognition
- Shapes include square, triangle, clover, half-moon and circle
- Six colorful two-part cupcakes
- Each shape fits tightly into the matching pan
- Cupcakes measure 2.5" x 2.25"
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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this has been very instrumental in helping him learn his shapes
I've been teaching for more than 20 years and this is one of the best toys I've seen because of it's simplicity, durability, educational value, dramatic play use, the fact that it doesn't need batteries, and--most importantly--how much children enjoy it! The price is definitely inexpenssive for this set, too. I serve natural, organic, and generally healthy foods to our kids and have very few "sweets" in our play kitchen area. However, I don't mind the cupcakes and think they're well worth the investment for your little bakers!
My son discovered these when he was two years old and attending a preschool-type class. Every time he went to class, he would go straight for the cupcakes. He carried them around the whole time. Since he was getting a toy kitchen for Christmas, we bought the cupcakes to go along with it. He loves them!
Currently, my son is 3 and a half, and we have a one-year-old girl. They both love baking the cupcakes repeatedly in their oven. My son loves to match the shapes and my daughter is learning how to, as well.
I have to say that they do not often pull apart the cupcakes to match the two parts, but that does not take away from the fun! My son talks about the colors of the different cupcake "liners," he talks about the shapes of the sprinkles on top, he serves the cupcakes to his parents, his sister, and stuffed animals. These have been extremely popular in our home!
I do think they could have done a more basic shape instead of a "plus sign" or "x," whichever you interpret it as. They included the circle, square, star, triangle, crescent (or "moon")-- and then an X? I think a heart would have been more appropriate.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
both of my boys loved this and still play with them 3 years after purchase. the cupcake top does separate from the bottom so be careful.Published 2 months ago by Kim
These cupcakes are so much fun. My kids don't really match them unless I make them. They are more into using them for pretend play in their play kitchen. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Trena Nelson
Bought it for my first child. Child number 3 still using it. you match the bottom of the cupcake liner with the shape inside the cupcake pan. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mrs. Monique A. Schwarz
My daughter likes them, I'm just a stooge and don't care for more clutter that can be left out.Published 19 months ago by The Spud.
Misleading!!! The picture shown is of the old version which is what I wanted. It even said "Newer version available" at the bottom, indicating that this was indeed the... Read morePublished on August 18, 2014 by My Own Style
These are very fun and cute. I bought these for my Granddaughters for Christmas and they love them. They are fun to play with and they really are enjoying them. Read morePublished on May 14, 2014 by shelly
Excellent toy. My four year old likes them. My one year old girl loves them. My four year old boy loves them.Published on March 22, 2014 by Chastity Deaner
The kiddos love the take these apart and put them back together. All the learning resources items that I have purchased have been fantastically durable, colorful and intriguing to... Read morePublished on February 22, 2014 by luann lee