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Learning Resources Super Sorting Pie
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- Builds early numeracy skills.
- Develops colour recognition.
- Encourages early counting skills.
- Builds fine motor skills.
- Includes Activity Guide.
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Learning Resources Super Sorting Pie. This fun and colourful sorting pie teaches a variety of key early numeracy skills as children sort the plastic fruit counters by their attributes. Sorting cards provide visual cues such as colour and quantity. Children use Learning Resources Jumbo Tweezers to pick up their chossen fruit counters, reinforcing fine motor skills in small hands. This counting and sorting activity set includes 60 4cm fruit counters (seven fruits in five different colours), 22cm durable plastic pie, removable divider, three double-sided sorting cards, two Jumbo Tweezers and Activity Guide. Suitable for ages 3+
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We love this - It's a good quality, well made toy, but I do think it's just a little bit over priced. Each of the pieces are a touch heavier than expected, which is a good thing and makes them easier to pick up with the (included) tweezers. We used this for colour sorting, counting, fractions shapes... Lots of ideas for what to do with them included, too.
If this were a little cheaper, it would get 5 stars.
In terms of quality it is great. The fruit are solid, slightly rubbery feel but not the kind of rubber that will pick up dust and the pie plastic seems sturdy enough to cope with being dropped a few times/ generally being handled by toddlers.
We do sorting, counting, memory games, odd-one-out games, sharing, or simply putting everything in the pie and putting it in the "oven" (the box!). It comes with two big pairs of tweezers for improving fine motor skills, and 60 pieces of fruit in 5 different colours.
I also use this with my older 2 primary aged children as a visual aid to help understand slightly more complex mathematics. Although it is not the cheapest of toys, I really feel like we have got our money's worth from this toy, and will do for years to come.
As a previous reviewer suggested, it is probably wise to keep away from children younger than 3, and my son only plays with this supervised by me as we have younger children and he is good as losing little bits or posting them around places that only a toddler can find!
We live in Qatar so on a recent trip to London I stocked up on numerous different toys. Many were absolutely useless (Gears, Gears! for one), but this has been the biggest success. He wakes up in the morning and immediately asks to play with this.
I totally recommend this toy. I am a clinical child psychologist, so will be using this toy for my clients too. If I don't loose the pieces I expect to get many years' use out of this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Amazing item. Both my 2 year old and 5 1/2 year old absolutely love playing with this. Two of their friends came round to play and loved this too!Published 2 months ago by Manisha Cox
Excellent. Grandchildren inventing many different ways to enjoy playing with it.Published 3 months ago by Shelagh
Great resource for using with primary school children. Bought to support learning 'same & different', colour sorting, counting.
Whole range of uses.
My autistic child loved this toy at friends' house so ordered one. Unfortunately the set we received had two of the yellow counters missing so after the initial excitement this... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Skye
Great learning game for toddler, develops many skills and is worth the money!Published 5 months ago by Lazyreader
This is great set! A lot of different playing possibilities - learning colours, matching different fruit/shapes, and so on. Read morePublished 6 months ago by AVN