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12+ months

First Play Safari Grasping Toys

Item # 3206

$24.99

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Toddlers will go wild for this set of three adorable wooden safari animal grasping toys that twist, spin, click, or wiggle! Spin and click the lion's mane, twist and bend the giraffe, and make the zebra's belly wiggle and wobble to help promote fine motor skills, color recognition, and sensory learning. Toys are approximately five to eight inches tall. First Play toys feature bright colors, bold patterns, and whimsical designs boost skills while sparking imagination and wonder--right from the start!

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  • 3-piece set of sturdy wooden grasping toys shaped like friendly safari animals
  • Lion has a mane that clicks when it spins; giraffe is easy to grip and fun to bend into different positions; zebra's belly wiggles and wobbles
  • Pieces feature smooth, rounded edges and top-quality materials
  • Promotes hands-on play, fine motor skills, and color recognition

Specs

  • Product: 10.75" x 4.75" x 10" Packaged 2.25 lbs
  • Package: 10.75" H x 10" W x 4.5" L

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Discover Countless Ways To Play
  • FINE MOTOR: Place pieces just out of reach and have kids reach to pull them near.

  • COLORS: Say color names as you point to them on the pieces. Point to the same colors (purple, black, white, and blue) on different animals.

  • SENSORY: Encourage kids to make clicking and clacking sounds with the toys--spin the lion's mane, press the giraffe's legs together, etc.

  • NUMBERS: Count aloud as you point to the animals, or to different features, such as feet, ears, or stripes.