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Soft Shapes: Animals Foam Book – Bargain Price, March 1, 2010
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Composed entirely of soft, colorful, nontoxic foam, the Soft Shapes series is truly made for children. Children can remove the animal shapes (pig, cow, duck, sheep) to find the hidden answers to questions ("What does the duck say?" "Quack, quack!"), and then easily press them back in. The animals float--in fact, so does the entire book!--so they're perfect for bathtime, not to mention bed, travel, or any old time! Also check out Counting, Shapes, Big and Little, or any of the other titles in this terrific series. (Ages 1 to 4) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Colorful books of easy to pop-out shapes are made of soft but durable foam material. Children learn how to replace the pop-outs and manipulate the pages as they learn animals, shapes, colors and counting . Our special needs teachers commend these products. A 1999 Parents' Choice Approval. -- Parents' Choice
Soft Shapes Animals has been awarded the 1999 Children's Media Award. -- 1999 Parent's Guide to Children's Media --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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We use our Animals Book as a bath toy. The book floats and all the animals float so it provides a little fun in that way. Plus, our boy seems to get a kick over sticking the wetted animals to the side of the tub. He's learned to get them all in the right orientation (feet down) every time. He's also learned to recognize which animal goes with which page. It's still a little frustrating in that although the right page is identified, he still has trouble with getting them to face in the right direction. He'll get it. Another frustration is that the animals fit into their respective slots rather tightly and he experiences a lot of anxiety in getting them both in and out. He's gradually getting better . It's a good educational toy and fun for the boy.
(Note: This is an under $10 toy and the printed price is undoubtedly a misprint or typo. Check with the seller.)
I can highly recommend this book, as I have bought it for several gifts.