Friday, April 27, 2012

Learning Resources Froggy Feeding Fun Review & Giveaway


     I am excited to bring you another great educational product from Learning Resources.  I have told you many times how much I love products that are fun and educational.  Learning Resources has so many great products that fit that critiera.  Today I have the Froggy Feeding Fun game to share with you.

     Froggy Feeding Fun is one of the Learning Resources 2012 new products.  Froggy Feeding Fun has many different learning objectives from physical to cognitive.  The game includes 2 large durable rubber frogs, 60 foam flies, 1 color cube, 1 number cube, and an activity guide.  The first objective its to use fine motor skills to squeeze the froggy so you can use his open mouth to pick up the flies.  The game can then also be used to identify colors, numbers, count and so on.

     Jayden has great large muscle control, especially when it comes to sports activities.  But he can use some help with fine motor.  He can hold a pencil in the correct grasp, but when writing he is not able to control the pencil well.  So the fact that this game helps with the fine motor control that can help with his writing I was immediately drawn to it.  And even more the diversity of the ways to play the game.  When we first opened the game to play Jayden was very excited with the cute frogs.  The first time it was difficult for him to figure out how to squeeze the froggy right to get his mouth open and to pick up flies.  There are steps that he was having a hard time with.  I feel like this was good, because it meant I picked the right game.  I really want to improve his fine motor skills.  We have used the game in a few different ways.  Jayden likes to roll the cubes.  Sometimes he will roll just one and pick up the color or number it says.  Sometimes we do both cubes and then we get the correct number in the correct color.  Jayden told me this morning that the froggy game is too hard sometimes, but I think he needs to be pushed to use more fine motor so its perfect.    



     This game is durable and will stand up to multiple uses.  The frogs and even the foam flies are well made.  I can tell this game will last us for a long time and even long enough for baby boy to use it.  The game is geared for 3-7 year old.  I think this is a good range.  There might be a little bit older children that will also enjoy this game, but I agree that the target age group is 3-7.

 Buy it:  Froggy Feeding Fun $21.99

Win it:  One (1) Arizona Mama Reader will win Froggy Feeding Fun from Learning Resources. 

 Enter in the Rafflecopter form below!  This giveaway will be open until 5/13 at 12:01AM (EST).
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Thank you to Learning Resources for sponsoring this Review & Giveaway.  
I was provided the above mentioned product for review purposes.  I was not compensated in any way.  All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced.  disclosure


68 comments:

  1. I like the Letter Construction Activity Set!
    janet3rdgrade@yahoo.com

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  2. I want to win this for my grandson so it will help his fine motor skills progress.
    janet3rdgrade@yahoo.com

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  3. I like the Gator Grabber tweezer game
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  4. I would love to win for my grandson
    sandy1955@comcast.net

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  5. I like the Double-Sided Magnetic Money

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  6. we like the Smart Snacks® Count 'em Up Popcorn
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  7. I want to win this for my niece and nephew

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  8. I love the Cash Bash® Electronic Flash Card™

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
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  9. I would love to get Ruff's House Teaching Tactile Set for my son.

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  10. Time Tracker® Visual Timer & Clock
    vmkids3 at msn dotcom

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  11. I like the Hot Dots Jr.
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  12. letter construction activity set

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  13. I also like their Stacking Shapes Pegboard.

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  14. I would like to win this for my little grandson. What a fun way to learn his colors and numbers!

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  15. i like the jumbo safari counters

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  16. I want to win this for my 4 and 2 year old.

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  17. Zoomy Handheld Digital Microscope


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  18. My nephew is the perfect age to work on the fine motor skills, so I'd give this to him. My sister also teaches Pre-K, so she'd probably bring it to her classroom as well.

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  19. I would like their Farmers Market Coloring Matching game.

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  20. jumbo magnetic letters and numbers!

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  21. New Sprouts™ Cure it! My very own doctor set

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  22. Hot Dots JR numbers and counting.

    Kelly L

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  23. I would love to have this for my daughter because she would really enjoy it!

    Kelly L

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  24. I like the Farmer's Market Color Sorting Set.
    Kathy Davis
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  25. My FB name: Kathy Newsom Davis
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  26. Primary Bucket Balance

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  27. I like the Double-Sided Magnetic Money

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  28. I like the POP for Addition & Subtraction™ game.

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  29. I would love to win this for my son to help him learn his numbers.

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  30. I like the New Sprouts™ Fix it! My very own tool set.

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  31. I would want to win this for my son because it looks like something he'd enjoy and he could really use work on his numbers. :-)

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  32. I like the Pretend & Play Breakfast Foods

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  33. more hot dots and wheres howies owie?
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@Hotmail.com

    id like to win this for my sons oliver and brigham!
    thanks

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  34. I also really like their Super Sorting Pie and Let's Tackle the ABCs!
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  35. I'd love to win to use to help my son learn! =) He doesn't have very many games, but I think he'd enjoy this!
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  36. I also like their New Sprouts™ Cure it! My very own doctor set.

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  37. This would be great for my daughter -- she is going on 3 and just started preschool.

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  38. I love the Pretend & Play® Breakfast Foods
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  39. This is for my 21 month old son, who loves frogs!

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  40. i like the Smart Snacks® Count 'em Up Popcorn

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  41. I like the Quantum® Big Screen Microscope.
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  42. This would go to my dd. She too needs some help with fine motor skills! She doesn't have the hand strength yet to be able to actually write out letters with a pencil but she can draw circles and lines and squigglies! :-)
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  43. Smart Snacks® Counting Cookies™

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  44. I would give this to my daughter to help her with numbers/counting. She does well with colors already.

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  45. I like the Goodie Games™ Color Cookies
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  46. Pretend & Play® Ice Cream Shop

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  47. This would be for my son and daughter to play with.

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  48. I like the Smart Splash Color Play Penguins

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  49. This looks like a great learning game for my 5yo son, who also loves frogs!

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  50. my daughter would love this!

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  51. i like the smart splash color play penguins game!

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  52. I like their New Sprouts™ Cure it! My very own doctor set
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  53. Pretend & Play Breakfast Foods or the Gator Grabber. Thanks for offering the giveaway!

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  54. i also like the Jumbo Endangered Animals

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  55. I like the Food Pyramid Activity Mat.

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  56. I like the smart snacks counting cookies.
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  57. Candy Coordinates Floor Game.

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