10 Unique Dinosaur Types
Ten types of dinosaurs will keep kids busy counting, sorting and grouping. True dino fans may even group the herbivores, omnivores and carnivores separately.
These realistic looking dinosaurs are fun for imaginative play as kids create scenes using their new dino friends. Great for promoting fine motor skills, too.
The 60 dinosaurs pack away neatly into their clear plastic storage bucket with lid. Though they won’t stay put away for long as kids clamor to use them.
32The large size of these counters means they can double as classroom rewards or party favors. Largest figure (Brachiosaurus) measures 2”L x 2”H.
Encourage children as young as 3 to build fine motor skills, learn to count, sort and pattern with these dinosaur counters. Little learners will love playing with these highly detailed and brightly colored math manipulatives. It’s the perfect way to help them build important skills… while they’re having fun! Counters can be combined with other counter sets for endless playing possibilities! Largest figure (T-Rex) measures 2”x2”. Includes 60 dinosaurs and a convenient storage bucket! For ages 3 and up.