Snap-n-Learn™ Number Bugs

Item # LER 6700
Ages 2+
$19.99
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Product Description

A bucketful of buggy building fun!

  • Features chunky, snap-together pieces that are easy for little hands to manage as they build adorable bug friends and fine motor skills simultaneously

  • Includes resealable plastic storage bucket with carrying handle for easy clean up and play on the go

  • Introduces numbers, counting 0–5, addition and color matching through hands-on play

  • Provides 18 pieces that make 6 bugs (head and 2 body pieces each)

  • Features dots on the back and corresponding numbers on the head for self-checking; can also match colors to self-check

  • Sturdy plastic pieces wipe clean

  • Each bug measures 4"L x 4"W x 1.5"H when assembled

  • Ages 2+
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    Awards for Design:

    • American Graphic Design Awards

    • 18 Plastic snap-together pieces that make 6 bugs
    • Resealable plastic storage bucket with handle
    • Number sense and recognition
    • Counting 0-5
    • Transitioning from counting to adding
    • Addition
    • Color matching
    • Fine motor skills
    • Each plastic bug measures 4"L x 4"W x 1.5"H when assembled
    • Resealable storage bucket with handle measures 5.5" in diameter x 7.5"H

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    3.3

    (based on 4 reviews)

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    2.0

    Frustrating

    By StarShine852

    from Erie, PA

    Pros

    • Educational
    • Engaging
    • Interactive

    Cons

    • Poor Design

    Best Uses

    • Young Children

    Comments about Learning Resources Snap-n-Learn™ Number Bugs:

    The black dots rub off after a month. I have to keep putting them on with permanent marker..

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    • No

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    1.0

    Incorrect pieces

    By Mommyof3

    from Sunnyvale, CA

    About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Easy Assembly
    • Entertaining
    • Fun

    Cons

    • Incomplete Set
    • Wrong Piece Included

    Best Uses

      Comments about Learning Resources Snap-n-Learn™ Number Bugs:

      Overall, the quality of the product is good. However, we received a bad batch. We received two red heads with the #3, and we were missing the blue head with the #4 on it. It messes up the set. It's a good product if you get the right pieces. So, for that reason, I can't recommend it. We received it as a gift.

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      • Yes

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      5.0

      Excellent Product!

      By Jami

      from Illinois

      Verified Reviewer

      Comments about Learning Resources Snap-n-Learn™ Number Bugs:

      I used these bugs as a game for my child's birthday party. Each child had to put together a bug and then tell me the color of the bug and how many dots the bug had. The kids didn't want to put them down. My 3 year old plays with them daily!

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      5.0

      Don't take away the bugs!

      By Jen, Mom of three

      from Southern California

      Verified Reviewer

      Comments about Learning Resources Snap-n-Learn™ Number Bugs:

      This is the first time in a year and a half of therapy Luke has ever cried over a toy. When it was time for his therapist to go he had a melt down. He just kept saying, "Lady Bug, Lady Bug!" I guess they were pretty cool. Each bug came in three parts. They snapped together. They each had a number and an equal number of dots on their back.They were challenging to pull apart. You could stack them up. Good for counting and motor skills. Luke enjoyed thinking out side the box and creating wild mixed up bugs, then he would pull them all apart and match them by color again. His therapist said this was very good. He was challenging himself and thinking for himself. I think I'm going to have to buy him a set of these. They are made by learning resources. I was just visiting their website. Wow, they have a lot of really cool stuff.

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