Suitable for ages 3 and up, these puzzles sharpen young wits by challenging kids to count their way out of colorful mazes. They'll trace a blackbird's progress through a tree by calculating the number of eaten cherries, figure out a frog's route across a pond filled with numbered lily pads, and count... read more
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