Melissa & Doug Latches Wooden Activity Board
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- Activity play board helps kids build dexterity as they figure out how 6 different latches work
- Smooth-sanded, solid-wood board features fun surprises behind the opening doors and windows
- Latches hook, snap, click, and slide
- Helps build fine and gross motor skills while little ones discover vibrant colors, numbers, animals, and more
- Ages 3 years and up
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Hook, snap, click, and slide to unlatch the six numbered doors and windows and reveal colorful animal friends underneath! Built to last, this board features full-sized brass latches and hinges securely attached to sturdy wooden doors. Each numbered and brightly colored panel opens to reveal a matching number of animals in corresponding colors—find one purple pony, two blue dogs, three yellow cats, four red rabbits, five green frogs, and six orange fish! Filled with details, kids can find shapes and patterns, like polka-dot curtains, round windows, and rectangle doors.
The handcrafted Latches Board is a hands-on way to develop both physical and cognitive skills! The moving latches and doors build fine motor skills and coordination. Count the animals under each numbered door to develop number recognition and counting skills. Brightly painted shaped doors and windows and the labeled colored animals underneath help teach colors, shapes, and word recognition. This detailed, interactive board is made to last for endless latching and learning!
Open the full-sized brass latches to reveal fun surprises!
Build Fine Motor Skills
Latches hook, snap, click, and slide!
Count the animals behind each door or window!
Solid Wood Construction
Smooth-sanded, solid-wood board designed to last!
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Undo a lock or latch, swing open the numbered door and count on finding fun when the picture beneath is revealed on this wooden play board and educational toy! Build fine motor skills while learning colors, numbers, animals and more!
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Top Customer Reviews
I remember reading some horrified parent exclaim that perhaps teaching young kids to open latches and locks is a dangerous idea, but realistically speaking - the latches featured here probably aren't used in a safety capacity anyway. (Unless you hide your dynamite behind a miniature chain locked door. And you might want to rethink that.)
The thing is also virtually indestructable. I can say this with confidence because it was "tested" by the brats next door, and those boys could destroy a padded cell. The colors and pictures are bright and appealing, too; it's remarkably well made.
My only beef is the cost of Melissa and Doug products, but since it's hand made I can understand why it's necessary. Keep up the fine work, guys.
So it arrived today and first off I notice the corners of some of the 'doors' are already peeling up, or rolled up. He attacked it immediately so I was debating whether that was a deal breaker when he opened a door and there is literally a chunk of the paper missing (where it says 2 blue dogs) like it had been gouged out. But my toddler adores all of the little latches and closures.
I don't feel this was worth $18 of my hard earned money. All-in-all the toy is great but no way was it worth $18. Maybe $10 and even then it would be nice if it wasn't damaged.