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My First Touch  &  Feel Picture Cards: Numbers  &  Counting (MY 1ST T&F PICTURE CARDS)

My First Touch & Feel Picture Cards: Numbers & Counting (MY 1ST T&F PICTURE CARDS)

“Ok, calling this an "educational toy" is a bit of a stretch, but they're fun. These are large, thick cards with bright pictures on them that have shiny/sticky/crinkly/fuzzy portions for young children to touch and enjoy. On the back they have the name of the item in English, Spanish, French (I think?), and Chinese along with pronunciation tips. They hold up well to typical toddler...” --Mosaic

100% Positive Reviews
My First Touch  &  Feel Picture Cards: Animals (MY 1ST T&F PICTURE CARDS)

My First Touch & Feel Picture Cards: Animals (MY 1ST T&F PICTURE CARDS)

“Ok, calling this an "educational toy" is a bit of a stretch, but they're fun. These are large, thick cards with bright pictures on them that have shiny/sticky/crinkly/fuzzy portions for young children to touch and enjoy. On the back they have the name of the item in English, Spanish, French (I think?), and Chinese along with pronunciation tips. They hold up well to typical toddler...” --Mosaic

100% Positive Reviews
My First Touch  &  Feel Picture Cards: First Words (MY 1ST T&F PICTURE CARDS)

My First Touch & Feel Picture Cards: First Words (MY 1ST T&F PICTURE CARDS)

“Ok, calling this an "educational toy" is a bit of a stretch, but they're fun. These are large, thick cards with bright pictures on them that have shiny/sticky/crinkly/fuzzy portions for young children to touch and enjoy. On the back they have the name of the item in English, Spanish, French (I think?), and Chinese along with pronunciation tips. They hold up well to typical toddler...” --Mosaic

100% Positive Reviews
Crocodile Dentist

Crocodile Dentist

Poor old croc has a tooth that's bothering him; pretend to be a dentist to help him out. Press the wrong tooth and he'll surprise you. With no loose parts and exciting snapping jaws, this is one game that will thrill toddlers and primary schoolers alike. No batteries required.

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