We go to the Farmer’s Market every Friday. It is actually one of our favorite things to do. The kids get to run around before Kaia goes to school. They get to try new fruits and veggies and they always get a treat (usually a honey stick or yummy piece of fruit). Well one of my favorite companies has brought the Farmer’s Market to my living room. Indeed my kiddos get to reenact one of our favorite “errands”. The Farmer’s Market Color Sorting Game may be one of my favorite educational games. It is just way to cute and it applies to so many learning activities. While of course there is the obvious color sorting there is also sorting by fruit vs vegetable. You can use them for pattern games, math games, and of course just talking about the different kinds of fruits and vegetables their names and more which can also lead into spelling and writing. And just playing with them for Imaginary play purposes is always nice. This set is beautiful, fun, educational, and just plain awesome!
Sort and sell bushels of realistic produce! Perfect for dramatic play and nutrition lessons too
Includes Activity Guide, 25 foods and stickers for labeling 5 baskets (red, yellow, orange, green and purple)
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