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Jumbo Animals Endangered
from Salt Lake City, UT
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My preschool and kindergarten grandchildren play with these animals and enjoy them.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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the animals are realistic.
It would be nice if they came in pairs with a baby. I did get two of two of the sets so my granddaughter could have a pair.
By Kristen from Ohio
A cheetah, rhino, panda, manatee and an albatross make up this group of endangered animals. Our 2 year old son adores these animals and they appear in so many places. I have found them lining the windows when they were open in the early Fall, sitting in the back of his big truck
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Animal Learning Fun
from Glendale, AZ
This set includes 5 different animals that are on the endangered species list. There is a black rhinoceros, manatee, giant panda, cheetah, and albatross. The animals all have great detail. The wrinkles on the rhino and manatee are realistic. They are well made from a thick plastic. The set also comes with an activity guide. The activity guide gives lots of great information about each of the animals in the set. It gives information like why the animal is endangered, where they live, and special characteristics. It also gives discussion starters and a couple of activities. I opened it up and my son immediately asked questions. He started to name the couple he knew. I corrected or helped with the couple he didn't know. We talked about the animals and a little about each. I told him they are all endangered and of course he asked what that meant. We talked a little about them, but mostly he just likes to pretend play with them. He was pretending today that the manatee was swimming really fast and then he broke his tail so he was swimming slow and then it got better and he went fast. Such a 4 year old play game. There is so much play that can happen with these animals. Pretend play is such a valuable skill to learn and why not add in some other learning. The Jumbo Endangered Animals are for ages 2 years and up. I really think they can be used for many years. There are so many learning uses for these animals. Any child that likes animals would love these. They would make a great gift.
We love animals
Loved how my kids ages 2 to 10 played together with it and turned it into a play project with blocks and discussion.
My Son Loves These Animals!
By A Mom's Take
from Surprise, AZ
I was so excited to get the Jumbo Endangered Animals for my son! He is obsessed with animals of any kind and I knew he would love these! The second he saw the box he kept asking if they were for him. That was almost a month ago and he has played with them almost every single day since. He has a certain place for them in his room with a few of his other animal friends. He also takes them with him everywhere from the bath tub to our trip to visit my family in UT. I am doing my best to teach him the correct names for each animal and so far he is doing a pretty good job! The Cheetah is no longer a cat and the Manatee is no longer a dolphin! One of the things I love about these toys is that they are very lifelike and made from high-quality materials. They have been in and out of the car, down the stairs, and in wars with each other and they are still in perfect shape! I can't wait to pass these great toys to my nieces and nephews when my son grows out of them. Since my 8-year-old sometimes joins in the fun it may be a while! I would recommend the Jumbo Endangered Animal set to anyone with kids who love animals!
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Great Educational Set
from Harrisburg, PA
We got this set for our almost 3 year old grand daughter and she loves it! She plays with them all the time, including in the bath tub. We love sitting down and talking with her about each animal with the facts we learned from the included booklet. Great set!
These Jumbo Endangered Animals are very child friendly... these animals are somewhat heavy animals but they are very durable. Like I said these toys are ready for some toddler play time! These Jumbo animals are just the perfect size for small little hands to pretend they are exploring the wild amazon filled with the exotic & endangered animals! Cameron & Mylan love to line these animals up on their book shelf count them, name them, & knock them down! Cameron is so close to learning the names of all of these animals and recognizing them. Both boys really has a hard time with the Albatross, they think it is a duck & there is no changing there mind about it.
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Love these animals!
from Rochester, NY
I have two toddler boys, and they are very... boy! LOL. Sometimes it's hard for me to get them to play with anything other than cars and trains. That's what they want all day long! So after getting our Jumbo Endangered Animals set, I figure after a few minutes of play they would run back to their cars. But they actually played with these animals for a LONG time! I loved it. We all had a blast together, and the loved learning about the animals and playing with them. Their favorite is the panda- it's so super cute, and they love that it's eating. Cracks them up. These animals are such great sizes and textures, great for many ages. I love how realistic looking they are. They are super durable, and I know will last a long time.
Realistic, Durable and Fun Teaching Aids
By Being MVP
from Orange, CA
These are large, realistic animal figurines made of durable plastic. Kenzie immediately was drawn to the panda who was "eating" bamboo. I think she relates :). I grew up in Florida and was fortunate to visit the manatee habitats several times. My favorite figure of course is the manatee and am delighted that Kenzie has the names down pat of all the animals
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