Best Seller: Bee Wooden Sorting Game
🤭Children can generally sort into colors before they can identify the name of the colors. Sorting objects, matching shapes, colors, and then pictures help build the visual perception and thinking skills. Classifying and sorting activities help children to develop a range of thinking skills and build the foundations for later problem-solving.
Help your kids develop their color recognition through this Sorting Box playset!
Why buy "Montessori"?
✅Give your toddler a head start.
✅Equip your child with learning skills.
✅Educational toys can help develop problem-solving skills.
✅Develop patience, attention, critical thinking, coordination.
✅By sorting, children understand that things are alike and different as well.
✅Fun Learning & Great visual stimulation
✅Safe & Durable toys for toddlers
✅Appropriate for 3+-year-olds
✅Made from real solid wood 100% Non-toxic and BPA-free materials
✅Easy to use & perfect size for little hands
✅Stimulates children's development
Why kids love it?
✅Sorting colors is a great way to get better coordination and develop thinking skills.
✅Use toy sorters with holes for different colors, and watch your munchkin experiment.
✅Vibrant colors enhance the sense of sight in small kids.
✅Perfect size- Premium quality and makes these perfect for gifting.
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I LOVE this toy and so does my 2.5 year old! She loves “tasks” and challenges especially ones that use her hands. She got the hang of it really quickly but it doesn’t bore her. She also likes talking about the colors. The best part is finding her bees around the house like when I found a purse full of bees in the couch. Such a cute toy and really well made - I’ve been telling all my friends about it and it’s going to be my new go to gift for 2 year olds. Love it!
The beehive is a block of solid wood, well sanded down and perfectly carved. There are no stray wood filaments. Paint is well done. It comes with 7 different colored bees that have felt wings and each match a beehive space. The toy comes with 1 plastic pincer tweezer to grab the bees from the beehive and put them back. It’s recommended to grab the bees from the wings, as the body of the bee, also wooden and painted, is too rounded for a proper grasp with the tweezer. The toy box shows the use of the game as a standing up beehive, but my 4 year old was having trouble keeping the bees inside each hive space, they would fall out easily. So resumed playing with the hive laying face up. The skills are the same to use and even allows for flying bees to be dropped into the hive with the tweezer. An entertaining way to develop skills, in a pretty wood piece. The reason it does not have 5 stars is because there is no place to hang or place the tweezer after use. I think a small hook or nook on the side of the block would be a great addition to avoid loosing the tweezer.
Our 20 month old has been obsessed with this toy since he was about 13 months. We only have it in his bedroom so we can monitor him with it but haven't had any issues with him putting them in his mouth. He loves to carry the bees around, line them up and he's already organizing them by colour. They're wood so easy to clean and we've had one go through the wash without incident. I totally recommend this for your babes to help with colour sorting and recognition!
My four year old daughter loves pulling the bees out. She does’t grab them by their wings. She grabs their bodies instead. The bees are colorful and have cute faces. I’m sure she will grab them by their wings as her motor control gets better. The bees do a good job of sitting up when you put them back. Great toy for my daughter and I’m sure I’ll find random bees around the house. Just need to try to make sure none of them get lost. Planning on having my 2 year sons play with the too more too. Great gift for the kids.
It’s supposed to be a part of a gift for my niece’s son but she didn’t want it so I gave it to my daughter whoIs 16 months old. The bees are small so you have to be careful. May daughter is past the “pit everything in her mouth” stage but when I take this out for her to play, I still watch her. She likes putting the bees in their hives. Still can’t master pinching the tongs but she will get there. I gave 5 stars on the durability because I do t k ow if the felt wings will stay put. But either way, it’s really cute and vibrant. And she loves bees so it’s perfect. She even makes the bzzzzz sound everytime she plays with them. So cute!