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Learning Resources Jungle Animal Counters, Educational Counting and Sorting Toy, Plastic Animal Figurines, Jungle Animals, Set of 60, Ages 5+

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  • DETAILED JUNGLE ANIMAL TOYS: Introduce early math to your child with these beautifully detailed jungle animal
  • SORTING AND MATCHING ANIMALS FOR KIDS: Develop skills like sorting, matching, imaginative play, fine motor, eye-hand coordination, and so much more.
  • FUN JUNGLE ANIMAL FACTS INCLUDED: Fun "Did You Know?" animal facts are included to help children build vocabulary and encourage curiosity about wildlife
  • 60 PIECE SET, 5 OF EACH ANIMAL: Set includes 5 each of - cheetah, elephant, gazelle, giraffe, gnu, gorilla, hippo, lion, ostrich, rhinoceros, tiger, and zebra
  • ANIMAL TOYS FOR KIDS: Ages 3+

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Good value, nice detail and good qualityCertainly will note down Learning Resources for any future buy. Bought them (jungle animals set and farm animals set) for my first play therapy practice. Good value, nice detail and good quality, which I could not find in HK, given they are made in China. Unfortunately HK shops, either decent ones or local ones, do mark up the prices for something very likely with worse quality made in China. Lots sell the animals individually with a much higher price, which made it impossible when I needed to buy a good number of the items. I am happy with their size, which might be a little small for some people.There was a bit smell from the items when I first opened the container yesterday. After airing them for a day, the smell definitely has already become thinner. Should be all good to use.5Great educational toolThese have been great for labeling, counting (5 of each animal, simple math, comparing animals (color, size, height, which have horns, which can fly, etc...), great for imaginative play (bought stackable cups, the children make little mountains for animals to hop on AND the animals go to "school" and talk about what they learned, etc...) and much more. The color has lasted more than 2 Years now. They're washable. I wash by hand with a lil bit of Dawn in the water. They're strong and sturdy. These are great for any developing mind and especially autistic children.There was an little chemical odor when I 1st opened the container but it didn't stick around long and it wasn't pungent.5Awesome Universal Math and Zoology Learning Accessory!I bought this set because we love animals! Zoos really are the best, aren't they? And what better way to combine zoology and math than to use animal counters? Not sure if these should be called 'jungle animals' I think they fit more as 'African Animals' because they are a mix of Safari animals and Jungle animals. But that's just me being picky.So this set comes in a round plastic container- just like the one pictured. There are lions, tigers, cheetahs, giraffes, hippos, rhinos, wildebeest, gazelles, elephants, ostriches, and gorillas. I thought that they would come in an even amount of numbers (5 giraffe, 5 cheetah, 5 elephants, etc.). I was wrong. They came in sporadic numbers. (6 giraffes, 7 tigers, 4 ostriches, etc.). Not really a big deal, but if you're looking for even amounts of each animal- then this set probably won't work (unless you buy two sets and create them into even animal groups).I bought these because I believe in interactive learning. As a child math was probably my toughest subject. And a lot of the kids I work with also seem to struggle with basic math skills. I use this set with elementary aged children. Starting at a preschool age all the way to fourth grade. The animals are very durable- a plastic rubber like material. They can be thrown, stepped on, smashed, bent, and pretty much tortured and will still stand up- a great feature when working with kids (when they get frustrated- they can just throw the animals! haha). They are all really well painted- they have realistic colors and great detail. I'd say they're comparable to the small plastic animals you'd buy in a tube at a zoo or museum. The only weird thing was that the gorilla had red eyes (why?). It came off kind of creepy. But other than that all the animals were cute. 90% of them could stand on their own. A few of them had poor balance and would tip over easily- mostly the ostriches. But hey- we just said they were laying down.So how did I use this product? Here are a few ideas for each age group.Preschool-Animal Identification: Ask the children what each animal is, what sound they make, to mimic how they walk, etc.-Singe-Digit Counting: You can count each individual species or even two species together.Kindergarten-Alphabet Identification: What letter does each animal start with. "E for Elephant" "G for Giraffe and Gorilla"-Double Digit Counting: Count all the species together. Or count the species 'standing up' or 'laying down'First Grade-Basic Addition: Print a 'safari' on a piece of paper. Put two animals on the sheet and then tell your child that four more walked into the safari. How many are there now? You can do this with any basic addition numbers (1+2, 5+4, etc.).-Basic Subtraction: On the safari sheet start with ten animals and then have four walk away. How many are left? Once again you can do this with almost any basic subtraction (9-2, 5-4, etc.).Tip: You can also get creative with it. Have some of the animals lay down- ask how many are standing- which shows subtraction of the ones standing. Have a few stand back up, ask how many are standing again (shows addition to the standing animals). Just let your ideas go wild.Second Grade-Double Digit Addition: You can repeat the same lesson as with the first graders, only with more animals.-Double Digit Subtraction: You can repeat the same lesson as with the first graders, only with more animals.-Animal Groups: Discuss how some animals live together while others live alone. Wildebeest, giraffes, elephants, and lions all live in really large groups. But tigers and cheetahs like to live alone.Third Grade-Basic Multiplication: For an example I'll use the equation 3x4. Have your child make 10 sets of 3 animals each (3 lions, 3 gazelle, 3 gazelle, 3 elephants, 3 lions, 3 cheetahs, etc.- up to ten sets). Four the equation 3x4 they will need to add together 4 of their sets. So have them make 4 sets into one large set. Then have them count those animals all together (which would equal 12- which is the answer to 3x4). Then they get to visually see how 3x4 is the combination of four sets of three animals. You can do this with any equation totaling less than 60 (because there are only 60 animals in this set).-Basic Division: For an example I will do 12/4. So to start have your child create a group of 12 animals. Now tell them to divide those animals into four equal groups. Eventually they will figure out that the four equal groups have 3 animals each. This will visually show them when they divide 12 by 4- they get 3 (in each group). The answer is 3. Once again this can be done with any equation involving numbers under 60 (there are only sixty animals in the set).-Food Chain: Discuss what each animal eats. Show how the cheetah, tiger, and lions can hunt many different animals (gazelle, wildebeest). Talk about what animals eat grass. You could print off a picture of different items (meat, grass, leaves, etc.) and then have the kids place the correct animals on what they eat.Fourth Grade-Geographical Locations: Talk about where each animals lives. Print off a picture of grasslands, a watering hole, and a jungle and then have the child place the correct animal in their 'habitat'. Lions, cheetahs gazelle, and wildebeest like to live in grasslands. Then you can explain why. Gazelle and wildebeest need to live there to eat the grass. And lions and cheetahs live there to eat the gazelle and wildebeest.-Countries: You can talk about what animals live in what countries. Elephants live in both Asia and Africa. Ostriches live in Australia. You could print out a map and have the child identify what country each animal lives in (showing them both map location skills and zoology)5Good for Encouraging Kids to Learn about Zoo Animals!We've been going to the zoo a lot lately and our four-year-old twins love it! We have so much fun looking at the animals and even my husband and I have had more fun learning new facts that we didn't already know. I like to encourage my kids to learn and I wanted to find some small animal figurines that they are likely to see at our zoo. I had already purchased a few other learning toys by Learning Resources and we liked them enough so, when I saw this set, it looked like a great option for us!This set of jungle animals is great for children to learn some new animals and encourage learning. It comes with a total of 60 animals (12 different species so 5 of each). The animals included in this set are: cheetah, elephant, gazelle, giraffe, gnu, gorilla, hippopotamus, lion, ostrich, rhinoceros, tiger, and zebra. The animals resemble real ones fairly well. They vary in size, depending on the type, but all are made similarly. For instance, the giraffe measures about 3 inches tall and 1 1/2 inches long and the lion measures 1 1/2 inches tall and 2 3/4 inches long. These animals are made in China and come in a plastic tub. There is also a guide on the animals included as well as a few facts about each type of animal.When we received this set, my twins were excited! They've been learning about these animals and it's fun to have them at home to play with. Overall, the animals are nicely made and encourage my twins to learn and recognize ones they've seen. All of them stand except for the ostriches. 4 out of the 5 don't stand on their own but the rest of the animals are just fine. There is also a strong smell on the toys. I usually keep them in the tub with the lid on but I think if you keep the lid off or wash them in mild soap and water, it would help with the smell.In summary, we really like this set. I feel it's a good value and quality and it contains a number of animals you will see at the zoo. If you are looking for a set of jungle animals, I recommend this set. Most of the ostriches don't stand in our set and all of the animals smell but I'm hoping time will help with that. Other than that, they are great!4Great bin for a classroom or a child who loves animals!I needed these for a day camp STEM activity building bridges with Popsicle sticks. They are really cute, very durable and perfect for little hands to put on the bridges. We read 21 elephants about the construction of the Brooklyn bridge and how 21 elephants walked across the bridge to test the strength. We couldn't find just elephant figures, but this mix of multiple animals including giraffes, zebras, lions, tigers, gazelle, and elephants were a hit with the kids. The quality is great and they stand up well.5Great for learning and imaginative playMy daughter LOVES these toys. We have used them to practice counting and matching, but she simply loves playing with small toys in her own free time. I love that they come in a plastic container. When she is through playing with them, she can easily pick them up herself which keeps me from having to do it or use a plastic bag. She uses them in her doll house as pets, too. haha. They have kept her entertained for hours over the last few months, so well worth the price to her mom. I was also able to take advantage of my Prime shipping which is always a plus. None of ours have broken and they still look brand new after hours of play. (picture attached to show size next to a standard pen)5No Green Alligators or Long-necked Geese .Or humpty backed camels or chimpanzees, for that matter. But this is better than most arks full of animals, and are of better quality than similar animals that you find that the discount store. That said, they are a bit pricey -- I got them on sale for under $13, but I'd be hesitant to go a whole lot more. They also are not appropriate for children who still put things in their mouths (and who can resist chewing on an camel?). While Amazon says these are appropriate for children 36 months and up, the manufacturer suggests they not be given to children under 4. I think that's probably because while they are large enough to pass the choke tube test, they are small enough to get stuck in the back of the throat without obstructing breathing. Retrieving a tonsil-surfing tiger could be very scary for a small child!4Highly RecommendMy nephew has speech delay and while at the Speech Therapists office I watched as my nephew was captivated with a set of plastic animals they had for children in the office. She commented that the best toys for children with any type of delays or disabilities are the ones where children have to "pretend play" and not the flashy, loud toys that we are often marketed. I bought this for my nephew and he loves loves loves to play with them and even makes noises for the animals. Great purchase and Great quality! I'm looking to buy other sets as well in the future!5I have bought another brand of wild animals which were a tiny bit smaller but very sturdy. Naturally I thought the learning resoI am giving this set of jungle animals two stars because half the animals are wobbly. Of that half a third of those will not stand at all. I have bought another brand of wild animals which were a tiny bit smaller but very sturdy. Naturally I thought the learning resources animals would be just as good but I was wrong. I wish I had bought two sets of the competitors brand.2Good quality for the priceI was looking for something decently cheap for my daughter's birthday party and something that she could use to play with afterwards. I had looked at the Safari limited animals but was extremely unimpressed with how they looked. I looked at a few different brands but I love learning resources (we have their play food and I really like the quality) so I decided to buy these animals since they were on sale.I was pleasantly surprised at the quality. The animals are very small so keep that in mind. ( I am uploading photos for you to see.) The container that they come in was much smaller than I had imagined. The animals are pretty well made. They look decently realistic and most of them can stand on their own except for the ostriches. They tend to tip over easily and I have a few that won't stand up because they were slightly bent. I had a couple of animals where the paint was actually peeling off so as far as quality goes you get what you pay for and these are really cheap animal.Overall I'm happy because I think they look better than the other animals I have looked at. My daughter has enjoyed sorting them, putting them in a rows and they will work great for the birthday party.4
Learning Resources Jungle Animal Counters, Educational Counting and Sorting Toy, Plastic Animal Figurines, Jungle Animals, Set of 60, Ages 5+

Learning Resources Jungle Animal Counters, Educational Counting and Sorting Toy, Plastic Animal Figurines, Jungle Animals, Set of 60, Ages 5+

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 418.00
Sale price
HK$ 418.00
Regular price
HK$ 690.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 272.00)