Saturday, June 14, 2014

Learning Resources Smart Snacks Number Pops Review & Giveaway

 I was provided the below mentioned products in order to provide a review
     I am happy to be back with another great product from Learning Resources.  As some of you may know I love this store and they have so many fun and educational products.  With summer started I want to keep Jayden's learning on track and of course work with Evan to prepare him for his future in school.  This time I have the Smart Snacks Number Pops.



     The Smart Snacks Number Pops are for ages 2+ so even though Evan is just under 2 I felt he was ready to try them out and of course Jayden had to join in the fun.  The Smart Snacks Number Pops are fun brightly colored Popsicles.  Each pop has a number of colored dots from 1-10 and there is a corresponding colored cover with the number written on it.  The covers slide on and off easily.  These pops can be used for fine motor, counting, matching, number recognition, and eye hand coordination.  Each pop is 4.25"L X 2" W.  They are a perfect chunky size for little hands.

     Evan has found many fun things to do with these.  He loves to remove the cover and try putting it on.  It is really helping him to work on his fine motor skills and eye hand coordination.  He is not quite to the color matching or number recognition.  That will come in time I'm sure.  He also pretends to eat them and that they are phones.  Jayden likes to mix them up and match the number to the dots.


     Learning Resources has many great learning toys to make learning fun all summer long.  Right now they are celebrating 30 years of making learning fun and engaging.  They have 30 great items reduced to $30.  Plus if you spend $30 or more you can get free shipping.

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Buy it:  Learning Resources Smart Snacks Number Pops

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Thank you to Learning Resources for sponsoring the review & giveaway
 I was provided the above mentioned products in order to provide a review. I was not compensated in any way. All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced. disclosure

26 comments:

  1. I think the Primary Science Color Mixing Lenses are pretty neat.

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  2. Pretend & Play® Calculator Cash Register - Limited Edition

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  3. I also love the new Stacker Crackers® Picture Alphabet Game.

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  4. The new Learning Resources product I love is the Smart Snacks® Counting Cookies™.

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  5. I love the Smart Snacks® Counting Cookies™

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  6. I also like the Crocodile Hop™ Floor Game

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  7. My favorite is the Smart Snacks® Counting Cookies™

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  8. I really like the rhyme and sort rockets.

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  9. I like the Smart Snacks® ABC Lacing Sweets™

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  10. Hello! Another product of theirs I really like is the Hide-n-Go Moo play set. My grandson would love it!! Thank-you

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  11. I like the Wild About Animals - Ready, Set, Roar!

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  12. I like the number construction set.

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  13. I love the "Froggy Feeding Fun" toy! : )

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  14. The Snap Cubes look fun and I like that it supports the common core math - something thats new to me

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  15. My grandsons would love Gears! Gears! Gears!® Super Set.
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  16. Gears! Gears! Gears! Super Set.

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  17. I also like their New Sprouts Healthy Dinner set.

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  18. I like the Smart Snacks Counting Cookies

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  19. I like the new sprouts healthy dinner set.

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  20. I like the Helping Hands Fine Motor Tool Set

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  21. I like the number pops wish I had those when my kids where little. My grandbaby could use those now.

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  23. I would also really love the counting cookies. My 19 month old has just started identifying numbers so I am eager to help her learn more!

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