Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack and Baby's First Blocks Bundle [Amazon Exclusive]
|Age Range (Description)||1 - 3 years|
|Model Name||Rock-a-Stack & Baby's First Blocks Bundle|
|Number of Pieces||10|
|Educational Objective||Dexterity, Hand-Eye Coordination, Sorting Skills, Motor Skills, Problem Solving Skills|
|Product Dimensions||5.37 x 10.37 x 8.5 inches; 2 Pounds|
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- Set includes 2 toys
- 5 colorful rings & a bat-at rocker base make the iconic Rock-a-Stack toy loads of fun
- Baby's First Blocks offers classic sorting & put-and-take fun with 10 colorful blocks & a take-along storage bucket
- Helps develop hand-eye coordination & dexterity as baby grasps the toys
- Sorting blocks helps develop problem-solving skills
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To give your child the possible start in life, you don’t have to have all the answers or do things a certain way. At Fisher-Price, we’re dedicated to helping you do just that by working tirelessly to bring you gear and toys.
Discover What Happens
Little ones will have a blast with this exciting gift set, which features two iconic Fisher-Price toys: a rock-a-stack and baby's first blocks! with all the bat-at play and shape-sorting fun, your baby will be busy as a Bee developing fine motor and problem solving skills.
- Fisher-Price toys are made to help all kids—from infants to toddlers to preschoolers—develop through play, in their own ways, because that’s how they learn at each age and stage. And for babies, our gear offers simple solutions (more sleep, anyone?) you can’t possibly parent without.
Discover what happens
From grasping and shaking to sorting and stacking, the Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack toy has tons of fun ways for your baby to play and explore. Babies can sort and stack all five rings, then bat at the wobbly base to see what happens, helping to enhance their curiosity and sense of discovery.
- 10 colorful blocks to sort, stack & drop
- Five colorful rings are fun for younger babies to grasp, hold, shake and explore
- Rock-a-Stack introduces concepts of relative size & stacking
- Blocks introduce colors & shapes
The fun grows with baby
Baby's First Blocks grows with your baby's developing skills. When your little one is ready for a challenge, the shape sorter lid fits right on top of the bucket for sorting and matching play. Five shaped openings encourage little ones to drop the shape blocks through their corresponding openings. And when they're done, it's fun to dump the bucket and start it all again.
See what develops
Sitting up for sorting and stacking play exercises your baby's developing balance and coordination skills. Plus, the colorful shapes offer a fun way to extend play into an early learning opportunity. As your baby puts blocks into the bucket, identify the colors ('That block is red'), shapes ('Look, that's a triangle'), and counting, as baby puts all 10 blocks into the bucket one by one.
Five shaped openings encourage little ones to drop the shape blocks through their corresponding openings. And when they're done, it's fun to dump the bucket and start it all again.
While they're stacking the rings on the base from biggest to smallest, babies are starting to understand the concept of relative size. (Plus, it's super fun).
Features easy-carry handle for take-along play.
Little ones will have a blast with this exciting gift set, which features two iconic Fisher-Price toys! Little hands will love grasping, holding, shaking and stacking the five colorful rings of the classic Rock-a-Stack toy, with its wobby base that rocks when your baby bats at it. The fun keeps building up with Baby's First Blocks, as your baby sorts the shapes into the bucket, and then dumps the bucket to see all the colorful blocks come tumbling out—over and over again! With all the bat-at play and shape-sorting fun, your baby will be busy as a bee developing fine motor and problem solving skills! Where development comes into play Fine Motor: Little hands get a big workout as they grasp and interact with the rings and blocks, helping to foster hand-eye coordination and dexterity. Problem Solving: Your baby will exercise big thinking skills as they use trial and error to sort the shapes into the correct slots and stack the rings from biggest to smallest!
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By Constance on August 15, 2019
On the shape pail: up until now he's loved stacking things or knocking things down, but with the shape pail, he was amazed to find that there were two of each shape -- unlike his other toys. He's learning to compare the shapes against each other, and watching the look on his face when he put both star shapes together warmed my heart. Some people have noted that the lid is very loose in comparison to the older version. I've found this is true, however I like is because my baby is learning object permanence as well, and the lid is loose enough that after a shape is put through its matching hole, he can take the lid off to see that the shape did indeed end up in the pail. He's also been happy to collect all the shapes in the pail and carry it around, or stick his feet in there to see that yes -- even he fits lol.
On the rocking ring stacker, this is a classic as well. Unlike his stacking cups that he can mishmash together in different ways, this ring stacker is teaching him that sometimes certain things go in a certain order. He put the largest one on, watched it settle, and then put a smaller one on and of course it didn't go all the way to the bottom -- there was a gap between the rings! Watching him sit and stare at the stacking peg while he worked on the "problem" was neat. He was a little frustrated with this one, as he hasn't quite gotten the lesson yet, but for now he's enjoying playing with the rings individually, and has also combined them with the shapes from the pail -- observing that he can pass the shapes through the rings themselves.
I've seen other sellers trying to sell this combo for $30+, and was glad to find this seller offering the combo for a reasonable price. All in all, very happy!
Nothing wrong with the product, but unhappy it was not clear that this is used. I could have found at a garage sale for much cheaper.
Her favorite - bearing in mind she was 4 months only when I got her this, and she's 9 months old now - is this set of blocks and rings. By a long, long way.
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I decided to return the toys because they are look like used items.