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- Realistic Ocean Dwellers
- Set sail for play with new jumbo animals!
- Largest ocean animal (whale) measures 12″L x 4″W x 3½”H.
- Durable plastic wipes clean.
- Ocean set provides the perfect companions for ocean-themed pretend play and invites curiosity about nature.
List Price: $29.99
Learning Resources – Jumbo Animals-Ocean Animals Description
Reviews By Debra K. Miller : Date March 22, 2013
Reviews By MamaHow : Date February 22, 2013
I bought this set for my sea creature obsessed toddler for his second birthday. Since he’s two and who knows how long this phase will last, I wanted to get him something related to his current love of all things that swim in the ocean, but I didn’t want to get anything too elaborate or expensive, nor did I want tons of little animals that would immediately go missing. For less than $4 each, these animals seemed like the best option. I am so glad I purchased these! They are very well made and the coloring and detail is great, my expectations were definitely exceeded. The animals are large – the whale is the largest and I like that they scaled them somewhat. My son loves to play with them, especially when I let him bring them in the tub. I am really impressed with the quality and the size of these, I would not hesitate to buy another set of animals from this company.
Reviews By C. Lane : Date January 11, 2012
These are nice big animals. My only gripe I guess is that there isn’t a card telling you even each animals name they just come in plastic bags in an unmarked box – just seems strange for a teaching toy. Got them for a good deal – I don’t think they are worth the retail price.
Reviews By J. Heaton : Date January 26, 2013
My 4 year old daughter got these from Santa – new plastic play animals were one of the few things she asked for, and she loves these. We lived in London for 3 months in the fall, and while there, her teacher Louisa froze small plastic animals in Tupperware, then emptied the ice blocks into the sensory tub for the kids to learn about water freezing and ice melting. The kids, especially my daughter, loved it! So, I do this with these animals for her, but instead, we empty the ice blocks into the tub at bath time, and as the ice melts, she pretends she is rescuing the inmates who are trapped in frozen ice. My daughter has a blast with these, and on top of it, you can tell the animals are great quality. At least one, I think it’s the whale, is not solid plastic – it is empty inside and there’s a small air hole, but I can still tell it’s sturdy and great quality.