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Learning Resources Froggy Feeding Fun

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$15.19
WARNING: choking hazard - small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Look out, flies! Squeezing Froggy's mouth open and picking up flies strengthens fine motor muscles. Roll a cube to determine which flies to munch. Includes 2 durable rubber frogs, 60 flies, 1 number cube, 1 color cube, and Activity Guide. Frogs measure 2½" in diameter. Ages 3+
Material: 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, Math
TCIN: 51937155
UPC: 765023050721
Item Number (DPCI): 204-06-2426

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I would buy this again!!

5 out of 5 stars
Karen9 months ago
My school's OT (occupational therapist) loaned me her Froggy set so my kindergarten students could strengthen their fine motor muscles in prep for handwriting. I've decided I want to invest in one for myself. The frogs are fun and engaging, and the students need to use two different finger grips to ...  see moreof Karen's review
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    Great group game!

    (would recommend)
    5 out of 5 stars
    Katelyn1 year ago
    This game is perfect to work on not only fine motor skills, but social and academic skills as well. My children enjoy this game and it is a highly preferred choice when picking a table activity for the group. All the pieces are nicely made, the game is easily understood by all, and all my students e...  see moreof Katelyn's review
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      Fun & educational

      (would recommend)
      4 out of 5 stars
      Lashawna B1 year ago
      Fun game would recommend for older children only cause it's hard to open the frogs mouth for small toddlers, my son has ASD and his pysical Therpist helps him with it , you can only get 3 flies inside mouth . Overall great idea  see moreof Lashawna B's review
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        I would recommend this game.

        4 out of 5 stars
        PK teacher1 year ago
        My class enjoys playing with it.  see moreof PK teacher's review
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          (would not recommend)
          1 out of 5 stars
          a3 years ago
          The frogs mouths are much too difficult to open. There is no way my preschooler can use it as directed when I can't squeeze it hard enough to open its mouth to pick up a fly.  see moreof a's review
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            Ours was too rigid to use.

            (would not recommend)
            1 out of 5 stars
            Jupette313 years ago
            I bought it for my daughter who needs to strengthen her hand muscles. I thought is was really attractive and most of all targeting what we needed. The frogs were too rigid and could not be used. My husband and I were not even able to open the frog's mouth with one hand. It is intended for pre-k age....  see moreof Jupette31's review
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              Disappointing, not age appropriate

              (would not recommend)
              1 out of 5 stars
              Kym3 years ago
              I was excited to give this to my 3 year old daughter who loves frogs. However was quickly disappointed to find the rubber frogs are so stiff it is impossible for a child to squeeze them to open their mouths. It was difficult enough for myself and my husband to use them let alone our kids. In fact it...  see moreof Kym's review
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                Flies don't fit in the frog's mouth!

                (would not recommend)
                2 out of 5 stars
                K-teacher4 years ago
                The idea behind this game is great. I am a special education kindergarten teacher and we bought this game because of the fine motor aspect added with having to open the mouths of the frogs. The trouble is, the frogs are so small that I have a hard time getting more than 3 flies in their mouth at a t...  see moreof K-teacher's review
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