Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Mushroom Bowling - Counting and Colors Wooden Bowling Game

I have a thing for mushrooms the pretend kind not the fungal varieties you can eat. Etsy is amazing for the creative, unique and the handmade. I found this fabulous mushroom bowling set at Muddy Feet and I am in love. A perfect little gift for some special little person in your life.

Ten towering toadstools ready to take a tumble! Roll the ball and see how many you can knock down! This woodland inspired bowling set makes a great party game or keeps one little person active and occupied! When the bowling fun is through, the pins can be played with in many creative ways! 

'Each of the pins is a different basic color (red, orange, yellow, greeen, blue, purple, brown, black, gray and white) and is also numbered with spots from one to ten, so you can find many ways to incorporate it into your child's learning. Practice naming colors, counting, or practice addition by adding up all the dots on the knocked over pins. For older kids, you can even practice multiplication by multiplying two (or more) of the knocked over pins! Possibilities even include fractions, decimals, probability, etc...

Mushrooms measure 4.5 inches tall and are painted and sealed at the top with non-toxic, waterbased paint and sealer. The stems and the 2.5 inch ball are left natural. If you would like the spots on your mushrooms to be random instead of 1 through 10 or if you would like other c
olours, please just let me know and I will create a set just for you! Everything will come in a cotton bag for easy storage.'

Mushroom Bowling - Counting and Colors Wooden Bowling Game

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