Designing a line of toys that nurtures the development of the whole child through unplugged play is the life’s work of Chris Clemmer, toy expert and BeginAgain Toys co-founder. A former Fisher-Price designer responsible for See ’N Say, Barney and Disney Learning lines, Clemmer focuses on skill building and inspiring imagination for children ages 6 months to 5+ years.
I am very happy to be able to work with BeginAgain Toys! I selected The Farm A to Z puzzle and the Number Snail Puzzle. My granddaughter likes to put puzzles together and she knows how to say her numbers and her alphabet, and with the help of these puzzles, she will learn how to recognize them as well. PLUS on the backside of the Snail are ROMAN NUMERALS! Gotta LOVE that! She’s going to love that she has a farm puzzle, she has a farm at her Maw Maw’s house, Grama’s on the hunt for a different one 😉
The Farm A to Z is a complete farm playset and a learning toy in one. Each of the 26 chunky pieces is a familiar animal, plant, piece of equipment or person on the farm—from A for apple tree and C for cow, to T for tractor and V for veterinarian. Recommended for ages 3 and up.
- Puzzle and Playset in one fun toy!
- Made from eco-friendly rubber wood with child safe stains
- Scholastic 2016 Gold Star Winner
Number Snail Puzzle is a challenging 1 to 10 number puzzle for preschoolers. This inventive puzzle teaches some valuable basics: counting 1 to 10 and colors. Hand-crafted from plantation-grown rubberwood, an environmentally-friendly hardwood. Our best selling numbers puzzle!
- 2 puzzles in 1
- Made from eco-friendly rubberwood and colored with non-toxic stains so puzzles are safe and will maintain their beauty for generations
- Helps teach numbers 1 to 10
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