Suggested Age: 12 Months and Up
CPSC Choking Hazard Warnings: Choking_hazard_small_parts
Educational Focus: Engineering
• 7-RING STACKING TOWER FOR 12-18 MONTH OLDS: This uniquely designed toddler stacking tower comes with 6 different colored and patterned rings that neatly stack on top of one another.
• HANDS-ON ENGAGEMENT TO LEARN TEXTURES, COLORS: Your baby is always learning, which is why weve included different colors, patterns, and textures in this stacking tower. Watch them identify shapes and figure out how to stack the items based on size and shape. Its a great way to develop categorization skills and hand-eye coordination.
• MADE WITH 100% PREMIUM, NON-TOXIC WOOD: We care about the safety of your children, which is why our baby toy ring stacking tower is made with non-toxic wood and water-based paint. The paint will not come off into your childs mouth or risk contamination.
• PERFECT CHRISTMAS OR BIRTHDAY GIFT: This fun wooden ring stacking tower is the perfect holiday or birthday present. Its a creative stack and pack tower toy every single kid is going to love to touch, use, tear down, and even share with their friends and siblings.
• MONTESSORI-APPROVED EDUCATIONAL TOY: Forget the computer screens and digital products. This hands-on, stimulating stacking toy will help kids explore their senses and develop memory recall, fine motor skills, and creativity. As they problem-solve on their own, they will develop self-confidence and self-esteem.
The fun, educational way to introduce your baby to an engaging, hands-on activity. Provide your child with all of the sensory immersion they are craving. Our 6-piece with 1-crown wooden stacking toy is exactly what they need to start exploring their bodies, their minds, and their imagination. Encouraging creativity is one of the best things you could be doing for your child. The fun educational way to introduce your baby to an engaging hands-on activity. Our simple, yet well-built toy will have your baby smiling ear-to-ear as they make their very own tower for you to behold. Watch them laugh and smile as the tower comes crashing down, only for them to grab the wooden pieces and start all over again.