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Melissa & Doug Magnetic Wooden Numbers in a Box


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  • Enough numerals to count from zero through twenty AND five math signs in a convenient wooden case.
  • 37 colorful magnetic pieces can help children learn their numbers and solve basic math problems.
  • No removable pieces! Promotes fine motor skill development.
  • Slide the attached magnetic wand across the acrylic cover to guide the colorful balls around the board!
  • 203 mm x 140 mm x 51 mm
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Technical Details
Item Weight363 g
Product Dimensions5.1 x 14 x 20.3 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:36 months - 6 years
Item model number449
Main Language(s)English
Number of Puzzle Pieces26
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB000IBRD74
Best Sellers Rank 66,857 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight549 g
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Date First Available20 Feb 2008
  
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Enough numerals to count from zero through twenty and five math signs in a convenient wooden case. 37 colorful magnetic pieces can help children learn their numbers and solve basic math problems

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By E. Harding on 24 Oct 2011
These magnets, and the M&D letter magnets are good quality. They're a great help to learning numbers and letters since kids can handle them, rearrange them, and bring them to you to talk about them. My girls love playing with them and have learned so much better with them then without them. I expect they will last well, but I've only had them a month or so, so we'll see.
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I bought these for my Grand-daughter as she loved playiing with my fridge magnets She loves them very much indeed
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45 of 53 people found the following review helpful
Only Single Digits 15 May 2007
By geeper - Published on Amazon.com
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Numbers 10 through 20 are not single pieces - which is different from what's described above. There are actually 32 individual digits (plus the 5 math signs):

3 pieces of number 0
12 of number 1
3 of number 2
2 of numbers 3-9.

The odd digits are either green or yellow, and even digits are red or blue (Except "1" pieces which also come in red and blue, apparently to be used for the even teen numbers).

My set seems to have a green 1 that should be yellow to make for a nice color pattern (red, green, blue, yellow) from 0-20. Instead the number 19 has a green 1 and yellow 9.

But it seems somebody thought the color scheme through, so maybe I just got an off set.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Great magnetic numbers! 7 May 2007
By Denise Fanning - Published on Amazon.com
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We bought these and the wooden letters for our son for xmas at 20 months. He loves them and now knew all his numbers and letters before age two...they continue to hold his interest and he plays with them on the fridge while I cook in the kitchen. Only downfall is he still likes to chew on them now and again and the paper coating is certainly not meant to be sucked on! (our fault, not the company's!)
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Love these magnets! 21 Dec 2010
By Mommy2JackTooty - Published on Amazon.com
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I ordered a set of these and a set of the alphabet magnets for both my son and my nephew. The biggest thing I like about these, compared to the plastic letter/number magnets, is that the magnet coveres the whole back of the letter/number. This allows them to stick much more securely than the kind that have just a small magnet on the back. The letters/numbers are about 2 inches tall and 1-2 inches wide, depending on the letter or number, so they are pretty similar in size to the commonly found plastic letters/numbers. I mention this because in the pictures they look a little bigger than that, but they're not. I'm really satisifed with these magnets and I'm happy that I found them!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Paper-coated, comes off when wet. 21 Nov 2013
By CNRE2009 - Published on Amazon.com
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We love these, they're incredibly bright and fun to play with. And there are no tiny magnets to fall off and choke on. The whole number is magnetized on the back.
The only thing is don't get them wet! My friends teething baby came over and got ahold of one and the paper coating came off in pieces in his mouth! Didn't realize this until that event because my older daughter was past the teething stage. They're NOT painted. Just have a paper coating modge-podged on top. These are fun, but be careful. This is not for babies.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great Product 29 Aug 2013
By Timothy G. Gray Sr. - Published on Amazon.com
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Very well made. Should last for years. I use them for our daycare children, mostly ages 3-4. They are learning to recognize their numbers very well.
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