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Learning Resources Avalanche Fruit Stand

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$13.79
WARNING: choking hazard - small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Don't spill the fruit! Spin the wheel, then use the jumbo tweezers to pick or place fruit. Develops fine-motor skills, especially the all-important pincer grasp that prepares children for holding pencils and scissors. Includes 40 fruit counters, 2 tweezers (6"L), spinner, Activity Guide, and adjustable cardboard game measures 6"L x 9½"W x 13¾"H. Ages 3+
Material: Paper, plastic
Suggested Age: 3 Years and Up
CPSC Choking Hazard Warnings: Choking_hazard_small_parts
Power Source: Non-powered
Grade Level: Preschool, Kindergarten
Number of Players: 1 or More Players
Educational Focus: Shapes and Colors, large motor skills
TCIN: 51937154
UPC: 765023050707
Item Number (DPCI): 204-06-2425

most recent reviews

All my kiddos love this!

5 out of 5 stars
Brittany6 months ago
We love this game. I have four kiddos and they all love playing this game! My son has a few delays and this really helps out with his fine motor skills! Highly recommend. Very simple and easy to play. They are always asking to play.  see moreof Brittany's review
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    Fun and adaptable for many abilities

    (would recommend)
    5 out of 5 stars
    Mommah B1 year ago
    I use this for preschoolers who need to strengthen their hand grasp. I don't always follow the rules of the game as published, but easy to make your own rules for more fun!  see moreof Mommah B's review
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      Fun and versatile game

      (would recommend)
      5 out of 5 stars
      SchoolOT3 years ago
      As an OT working in a school system I ordered this game as a fun way to increase fine motor skills and intrinsic hand strength. It also targets turn taking, color and fruit identification and simple counting. I am not disappointed. The kids love using the tongs to pick up fruit. I can adjust the gam...  see moreof SchoolOT's review
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        Silly fun!

        (would recommend)
        5 out of 5 stars
        Jen4 years ago
        My 7-year old son gets excited to play this game. He thinks the whole idea of trying to not let the fruit fall is very funny. I bought it for him because he needs help developing his fine motor skills. The tweezers that come with it work the best, but we also take turns using some tools that come in...  see moreof Jen's review
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          Fun game!

          (would recommend)
          5 out of 5 stars
          Mamaof54 years ago
          We love this game but it did not include directions, so we made up our own. Kind of frustrating but still fun!  see moreof Mamaof5's review
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            Awesome Fine Motor

            (would recommend)
            5 out of 5 stars
            Kindergarten Teacher4 years ago
            This is a fantastic way to help students develop fine motor skills!  see moreof Kindergarten Teacher's review
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              Perfect for preschool

              (would recommend)
              5 out of 5 stars
              Brittney4 years ago
              I bought this for my preschool and the kids LOVE it. It is fine motor skills training at its best! The night we got it, my husband and I played it twice, and we were thoroughly entertained, too!  see moreof Brittney's review
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                Good game but virtually no directions

                (would recommend)
                4 out of 5 stars
                lacrown5 years ago
                Really like this game but there are no directions on how to play. It just says spin the spinner and grab a fruit of matching color but the spinner also has a 2 and a 3 on it and a star. Sooooo, what do you do when the spinner lands on those? Take three fruit out? Put three back? And what is the star...  see moreof lacrown's review
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