Never Stop Learning Sponsor Spotlight: Learning Resources Froggy Feeding Fun!

We’ve been a homeschooling family for almost 5 years now.  When Logan started Kindergarten, Brooke was old enough and interested enough to do school with him. I didn’t worry about trying to keep her entertained during school because doing school with us was entertainment enough.  This wasn’t the case when Erik was little though, and hasn’t been the case with Connor either.  How on earth can I get school done with the older kids with little ones running around?  Well, it’s not easy, but with companies like Learning Resources it’s gotten a lot easier!

Froggy Feeding Fun is a super neat learning toy from Learning Resources.  With a gentle squeeze of the frog (“Tickle his sides”, I tell my 22 month old, Connor) froggy opens his mouth and is ready to eat the flies, helping little ones strengthen fine motor skills.  Use the 2 dice (color die and number die) to further learning by developing number sense, counting and color recognition.

This activity set is already a hit with Connor.  He loves using the frogs to pick up the flies (though it’s still a learning process for him).  I’m excited because I can give it to him to play on his own with, but I can also use it with him for early learning!  He has enjoyed counting the flies, and it’s also helping his color recognition as well.  While I’m doing school with the other kids, I can give this to him to play with, and in the quiet moments of school I can work with Connor on colors, counting, etc.

It’s also quite entertaining for my older kids too.  It’s great for Erik to help encourage math; We roll the color and number dice twice and count how many all together. We start with a number, roll the die and subtract that amount.  I make a pattern and he completes it.

We’re having so much fun! I’ve found many ways I can use it for him for school; he’s thrilled to be able to play with it, I’m thrilled to be using it for creative learning!

The flies and dice came in a plastic bag, making clean up and storage easy too!

Do you know a child who would love to play with this? Maybe you can use it in your own homeschool curriculum?!  Head over to the Never Stop Learning giveaway post and enter to win your own now! **For extra entries in the giveaway, leave a comment below telling me which Learning Resources product you like best!**


  1. I really like Attribute Apples. My grandson would have so much fun with it!

  2. They have so many great things–I want to try teh Primary Science Lab Set

  3. I think my son would love the farmer's market color sorting set. Thanks!

  4. We really like and enjoy using the Math Balance! It is a great way to learn addition facts and other operational processes. Highly recommended! We would love to own the Fraction Tower Deluxe Activity Set!

  5. i LOVE how this is great for learning but is also FUN and kids just think it's a toy! ha fooled them… it's actually them learning new skills!
    I have to keep this in mind for my friends little ones bday.

  6. Love the
    Sentence Buildings
    Anything that is educational and fun is a great toy!

  7. love the hot dots; they are such good learning fun!

  8. Thank you for that review. That is the best review I have read of that game and now I want it! 🙂

  9. I love the math marks the spot game!
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  11. Sandy VanHoey says

    I like the Time Tracker® Visual Timer & Clock

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  15. Naomi Shapiro says

    The Smart Toss Math Sports Game would be great for both of my kids.

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  17. Teresa Thompson says

    Caught in the Web™ An Insect Game

  18. I like the Giant Inflatable Insects the best.

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