Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Learning Resources Educational Toys Review & Giveaway

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Learning Resources® is a leading global manufacturer of innovative, hands-on educational products trusted by teachers and parents and loved by children. The Company's 1100+ high-quality products are sold in more than 80 countries, serving children and their families, preschool, kindergarten, primary, and middle-school markets. Among the Company's brands are Pretend & Play®, Smart Snacks®, New Sprouts™, Gears! Gears! Gears!®, Primary Science, now!Board™, simple technology, Hands-On Standards® publications, Rainbow Fractions® and Reading Rods®.
I am a really big fan of toys and games that are both educational and fun. Learning Resources is a company that sells exactly that and lots of them. The selection is really amazing. I like that you can shop by grade level, category, subject and brand. I was given the Pop for Counting game to review.


Lay the foundation for achieving grade K Common Core Math Standards (numeric representations) with this fast-paced, easy game for young learners! Pop cards feature numerals and sets of objects for children to count. Durable bubble-jar container includes guide printed on the outside, 80 bubble-shaped cards and spinner.
  • Spin and take a bubble card. Say the number represented on the card. Watch out for the POP cards! Be the player with the most bubble cards and win!
  • Grades PreK+



Big Sis got to play the game. She is 4 and a quarter years old (not in preschool yet as her she missed the cut off) and it was at the perfect skill level for her. She was not able to zip right through it and instead spent time counting out the pictures and saying the numbers. She really enjoyed playing the game.





Big Sis had a blast playing the game. Husband also appreciated that it was a short game. That way Big Sis did not get bored and neither did Husband. They have a ton of other games on their site that you can check out too.





I find kids love to play games even when they have no idea that they are learning. Big Sis could have been up playing the game all night for sure if I had let her. Affordable but fun learning games are some of the best toys for our little ones.

Connect: You can connect with Learning Resources on their website, Facebook, @LearningHandsOn on twitter, Pinterest and Youtube.

Buy It: You can buy the Pop for Counting game here for $9.99.

The Giveaway: How would you like to win your own Pop for Counting Game from Learning Resources? I have one to give away to one lucky contestant! To enter the giveaway please follow all of the directions below! If you don't follow the rules, you can't win!


 
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34 comments:

  1. I like their weather tracker
    Sandy VanHoey

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  2. I think crocodile hop seems fun. I think my son would love it. I have to continue to look at the web site.

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  3. Froggy Feeding Fun looks like a great edu. game

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  4. Riddle Moo This™ - A Silly Riddle Word Game looks like fun!

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  5. My oldest son would love the Primary Microscope!

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  6. I also like Real World Folding Geometric Shapes™

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  7. The New Sprouts Cure It My Very Own Doctor Set looks great

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  8. I like the Hide-n-Go Fish™ game

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  9. I like the Smart Splash Shape Turtles

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  10. I would love for my grandson to have the Ten-Frame Treasures™, he would have fun while learning Math!

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  11. I like the Crocodile Hop floor game!
    morales_y at yahoo dot com

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  12. I like the crocodile hop floor game.
    morales_y at yahoo dot com

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  13. the where is howie's owie is really cute and my kids would love it

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  14. We would also enjoy the Playfoam® Combo 20 Pack
    by Educational Insights®

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  15. Love the New Sprouts™ Ring It Up Cash Register

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  16. The healthy play foods.
    Gingeroo616 at aol dotcom

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  17. I think Race Around the Clock™ Elapsed Time Game looks fun!

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  18. I like the teaching cash register.

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  19. My son would have a blast with the Primary Measurement Kit!

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  20. crocidile hop has been on my 'wishlist' for the kids
    *kelly'
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

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  21. We want the Motorized Solar System.

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  22. I also like the Attribute Apples!

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  23. Funky Monkey Forecast™ Magnetic Daily Weather Set looks fun

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  24. Love the Funky Monkey Forecast™ Magnetic Daily Weather Set!

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