We believe that this sorting set is a fresh (no pun intended), fun way to incorporate sorting, matching, and language skills. We especially like that realistic, nutritious foods that are used in this set, and think you will too.
Benefits and Highlights
Red: apple, grapes, raspberries, strawberry, tomato
Yellow: apple, banana, corn, lemon, pepper
Orange: apricot, carrot, clementine/orange, pepper, pumpkin
Green: apple, broccoli, cucumber, lime, pepper
Purple: berries, eggplant, grapes, onions, plum
Dimensions and Specifications
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