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Rainbow Peg Play Activity Set
Rainbow Peg Play Activity Set


 
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Ages: 2+
Grade Levels: Preschool+

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Product Code: 047-305
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Learning Resources Rainbow Peg Play Activity Set
Rainbow Peg Play Activity Set is so versatile, it is no surprise that it is a classic among homeschoolers. Toddlers can put the easy-to-grab jumbo pegs in the double-sided, soft-rubber-foam mat, stack the pegs to make a tower, or even lace the pegs with the included laces. So many fun ways to work on fine motor skills, counting, sorting, and colors!

Get a Grip on Math
Rainbow Peg Play includes thirty colorful hexagon-shaped pegs, a reversible peg mat, two 36" laces, and a short pamphlet with ideas for learning activities.

Reinforces:
  • counting
  • sorting
  • patterning
  • color and shape recognition
  • eye-hand coordination

    Includes:
    Thirty pegs, a reversible peg mat, two 36" laces, and a learning ideas pamphlet.

    Awards:
  • National Parenting Publications Awards, Honors Award (1997)
  • The Good Toy Guide Award, Recommended (1997) UK

    Publisher: Learning Resources
    Made In: China

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    Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

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    Not Going to Keep March 21, 2014
    Reviewer: Brianna  
    This is the first Timberdoodle toy that I have been disappointed with, but the longer I've had this the less I like it. The base to stack the pegs on is soft. With time and use, tall stacks of pegs do not stand well and teeth marks from my one year old are permanently along the edges. The pegs stack and hold together nicely. The plus side of that is that the kids can stack them high, but if the stacks are laying on the floor and get stepped on, the bottom portion of a peg breaks off inside the peg it is attached too. I think we've had 4 or 5 pegs break this way. Luckily, there are more pegs than holes in the base. The last straw for me is when my kids figured out that if they blow in the pegs, a high pitched whistle comes out. Different pitchs come from different sized stacks. Now that's the only way the kids wish to play with the pieces and, while fun and educational, it drives me crazy!

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    Love it! January 5, 2014
    Reviewer: Kristen J.  
    My so is 18 months old and loves it. Right now he is just inserting the legs and stacking them but I love how it will grow into games for him as he gets older and progresses

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    A Big Hit! July 15, 2013
    Reviewer: Phobo  
    These were a big hit, and great for little hands.

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