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Rock N Fish parts

Rock "N" Fish

By Weplay

Weplay’s Rock “N” Fish is comprised of durable plastic fishing poles with heavy duty string and oversized molded plastic anchors to hook three sets of molded plastic sea creature pairs: blue fish, red crab, and yellow starfish. Each of the sea creatures are punctured with multiple holes, one of which is intended for hooking with the anchor. All are mounted on curved bases which activates a rocking motion when players attempt to hook the creatures. Two individual and one paired set of fishing poles are included for two-handed or partner play.

36" Bouncer

Jump-N-Count Interactive Mini Bouncer Trampoline

By Skywalker Holdings

The Jump-N-Count Interactive Mini Bouncer Trampoline 36” is a square trampoline fit for indoor use, with a padded handle for added comfort as children jump. The spring free design uses stretch bands to avoid pinching kids’ fingers and toes, and the stretch bands are covered for additional safety. When turned on, this Jump-N-Count Mini Bouncer Trampoline will count along with the jumps up to 10, congratulate the child, and start again! For every set of 10 jumps completed, a light will illuminate, allowing the child to keep track of how many jumps were completed. 

Bowls

The Multiples Tableware Sets

By Realtimes Products LLC

The Multiples are a series of dishes that promote numeracy—the ability to understand and work with numbers—through exposure and social learning. Each plate, bowl or cup includes a selection from a diverse cast of animal characters as well as number sets. The sets are separated into three levels: early years, middle years and later years. This tiered system allows children to be exposed to new sets of numbers as they advance with age and progress their skills. When combined, all of the pieces cover multiplication tables from 1 to 12.

Money Savvy Generation

Money Savvy Bank

By Money Savvy Generation

A new spin on the traditional “piggy” bank splits the Money Savvy Generation banks into four different sections: save, spend, donate and invest. The banks allow kids to begin their personal finance education at a young age by learning the different and important roles of money. Each bank comes with a guide for expanded financial education.