Counting Caterpillar Classic Toy
Counting Caterpillar Classic Toy
Counting Caterpillar Classic Toy
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Counting Caterpillar Classic Toy
Counting Caterpillar Classic Toy
Counting Caterpillar Classic Toy
2 - 6 years

Counting Caterpillar Classic Toy

Item # 9274

$14.99

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The Scoop

Kids love counting with our colorful caterpillar! This cheerful character encourages young learners to work on number and color recognition as they develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. They can sort by numerical order, do beginning math problems, and explore their imagination. This classic toy for ages 2+ is sure to become a family favorite!

Details

  • Caterpillar stacking toy with 10 numbered segments
  • Each numbered segments is a different color
  • Segments feature numerals as well as printed dots for easy counting
  • Sturdy wooden construction for years of play
  • Encourages number skills, color recognition, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and imaginative play

Specs

  • Product: 3" x 10.5" x 2.5" Assembled 1.2 lbs
  • Package: 10.7" H x 3.2" W x 3" L

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Discover Countless Ways To Play
  • Boost beginning number skills by asking the child to count the segments with you. Repeat the activity until the child is familiar with the numbers one through ten.

  • Help the child identify the numerals and place the segments in order.

  • Ask the child to name all the colors of the segments.

  • Once the child is more familiar with numbers, present a simple math problem, like 1+2=3, counting out the dots on top of the segments together.

  • Lay the segments flat and encourage the child to stack them as high as he or she can.

  • Place the caterpillar on its side and try to make segments "walk" across it like a balance beam.