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LR Goodie Games Colour Cookies

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    "Goodie Games Maths Jars ~ Colour Cookies~ Practical Pre-School Award Winner 2008 - Toys & Games, Silver! Right Start Best Toy Award Winner 2008 - Games, Highly Commended! These tasty looking cookies are an excellent way of introducing colours to young children. They come in chocolate and vanilla and feature red, blue, green, orange, purple and yellow fillings. These appealing cookies, which clip together for a range of fun colour matching and patterning games, are ideal for developing fine motor skills and are perfect for pretend play shops and kitchens. This set includes a spinner, 38 game cards and 36 cookies. The cards contain no words, making them ideal for non readers and the cookies are supplied in their own handy 'cookie jar' for storage. Brilliant for home use and a really excellent maths resource for childminders and pre-schools. Cookies Measure 4cm Ages: 3+ ""Fantastic. The children really loved these games. We found so many uses and they have certainly been very well tested. The counters are of a high quality and suitable for a larger group of children to engage in play. It is sturdy, colourful, realistic and fully supportive of all areas of learning. It also generated discussion and developed skills. A definate favourite."" (Practical Pre-School Awards, September 2008) ""Children liked using the pieces for imaginative play too."" (The Good Toy Guide, December 2008)"