Learning Resources Super Sorting Pie - Review & Giveaway

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One of my favourite parts of being a blogger is having the opportunity to work with brands that we love, respect and are proud to promote. Learning Resources are just that. We've been fans for years now and can always count on their toys to be educational, exciting, engaging and entertaining too. They always go down a storm with the kids.

A few weeks ago Learning Resources got in touch to ask if we would like to review something from their website. I picked out a couple of products which I thought the kids would enjoy and they kindly sent us two of them; The Peg Friends Stacking Farm and the Super Sorting Pie. I've decided to write the reviews on separate posts as I'll also be giving away one of each toy. Today's review and giveaway are dedicated to the Super Sorting Pie.

Presented in a sturdy cardboard box, perfect for storing it in, the Super Sorting Pie looked very exciting and really caught both Noah and Ava's attention. They couldn't wait to open it and explore what was inside. Included in the box are the plastic pie base, pie lid, removable divider, game booklet, three double-sided sorting cards, two jumbo tweezers, and 60 fruit shaped counters.

The Super Sorting Pie is suitable for children from 3 years of age (Ava is 2 but is allowed to play with it under my supervision - she always wants to play with what Noah has) and is designed to encourage and develop early numeracy skills. It's also great for building fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and sorting skills.

The kids, of course, wanted to play with it right away so I set up the colour sorting activity first because I knew it was one that they could enjoy together. To do this I simply placed the sorting card on the colour sorting side, inserted it into the base of the pie and placed all the fruit counters into the lid. With 60 fruits (7 fruits in 5 different colours) Noah and Ava had lots to keep them both busy.

Noah recognised the jumbo tweezers from school and was pleased to have some of his own, to use at home. Ava seemed to figure out how to use them pretty quickly and was colour sorting in no time. The jumbo tweezers are great for building the muscles in children's fingers to help with their pincer grip, which is actually something Noah's teacher told me a few months ago.

There are many different ways children can play and learn with the Super Sorting Pie. There are other games to play; sorting into colours, sorting into fruits, sorting into numbers and so on. It's ideal for teaching younger children about different colours and fruits. The kids have both enjoyed choosing what they want to play next and often role play with it too.

The Super Sorting Pie is such a fantastic toy, one which I know the kids will enjoy for years to come. Again, it's suitable for children from three years of age and retails at £23.00. More can be read over on the Learning Resources website.

For your chance to win one please head over to my Instagram page for more details and the terms and conditions. Don't fret if you don't have Instagram though as I'll be setting up another competition with Learning Resources on the blog in a week or so. Good luck and don't forget to enter my other competitions.


  1. aw this looks really cute. It looks fab for learning because the colours and fine motor skills :) x

  2. Oh I love this, what fun it looks and really educational too. Mich x

  3. I love how colourful and fun this product is. I can see how it can teach children the basics of maths as well as about nutrition

  4. oh this looks wonderful, I love toys like this, they remind me of some of the Montessori ones x