Prextex Easter Eggs Educational Shaped Puzzle in a Basket (12 Pack) Clever Matching Eggs
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- 12 Prextex Easter Egg Shaped Puzzle in a Basket is highly educational for little ones!
- Teach your child Sorting and Matching Skills with these Eggs.
- Set includes 1 dozen eggs and One adorable carry-along little basket.
- Within each egg which splits in two, there’s one of six shapes and colors
- Makes an ‘Eggs’ellent Easter Gift!
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Egg Shaped Puzzle in a Basket is a unique shape-sorting toy. Teach your child Sorting and Matching Skills with these educations shaped eggs. Watch your little ones get ‘eggs’ited when they split the eggs and recognize the orange square, the purple triangle, that red circle, and match up the eggshells correctly. This set includes a dozen shaped puzzle eggs and one adorable carry-along little basket. It’s a fun, educational toy and makes an ‘Eggs’ellent Easter gift!
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I added two stars because my daughter still plays with these and they have help up to her throwing them around our living room. They are not as fragile as they feel.
The main negative is that the eggs are pretty difficult to pull apart, as an adult. Once they are back together I haven’t been snapping them shut all the way, so that the little one can open them for himself. Also, some of the shapes are odd choices, as they are things babies won’t easily recognize (eg octagon). Otherwise they are as advertised. (1 basket, 12 eggs)