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Number Lovin' Oven

Ages: 2-5 years old

The perfect recipe for number learning fun!

From counting and cooking to serving and sharing, it’s preschool prep for little chefs—16 fun ingredients included!

Price

$45.90

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Details

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Get skills cooking

Delightful singing oven warms up counting, sharing and vocabulary skills.
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30+ phrases & songs

Press the chef's hat for learning songs, or listen and learn along to fun phrases.
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16 ingredients

Fry an egg in the skillet. Bake up bread, a pizza and cupcakes, and serve food onto plates with the spatula!
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High, medium & low

Move the number slider to explore numbers, time and temperature.
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Sizzling stovetop

Place the pan on the stove for real sizzle sounds. Turn the timer and count clicks!
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A taste of math

Nourish math learning: cut food into 2, 3 or 4 equal pieces.
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Prepare & share

Close the oven to explore numbers and counting. Open it to learn about counting and sharing.
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Stash & dash

Easy take-and-go play—everything fits inside!
Weight1.64 kg
Dimensions5.3 × 14.9 × 9 cm
Batteries

3 AA Batteries

Resources

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What is included: • Interactive oven
• 4 Pizza slices
• 3 Pieces of bread
• 2 Cupcakes
• 1 Fried egg
• 1 Skillet
• 1 Spatula
• 1 Baking tray
• 2 Plates

Teaches

Skills

[“Counting”,”Sharing”,”Parts of a Whole”]

The Learning Difference

“Number Lovin’ Oven offers a fun and interactive way to explore early number concepts including recognizing numbers, counting along and sharing. As they play, children may discover interesting mathematical relationships such as parts that make up a whole and dividing equally.” – Clement C., PhD., LeapFrog Learning Expert

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