Sassy Stacks of Circles Stacking Ring STEM Learning Toy, 9 Piece Set, Age 6+ Months
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- Straight post accepts different sized rings, strengthening hand-eye coordination
- Chunky rings make it easy for baby to grasp, strengthening fine motor skills
- Each ring features a different texture and weight; Textural variety is great for mouthing!
- Colorful beads in the clear ring allowing baby to connect the sound to sight
- 9 piece set
- Manufacturer Age: 6 to 24 months
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As the original developmental toy company for the past 30 years, Sassy has worked together with developmental experts and educators to create a line of toys specifically designed to encourage STEM learning from 6-24 months.
While it may not be a science experiment or a traditional math problem, babies have their own version of STEM. Science, technology, engineering and math come in the form of curiosity, exploration and play!
The center of each ring is the same size, allowing it to be stacked in any direction for frustration-free play.
Explore big & small, sorting, sequencing and building!
The Stacks of Circles promotes early STEM learning by teaching a child about: - Sorting - Size - Sequencing - Building - Weights - Different / Same
- 1. Straight post accepts different sized rings, strengthening hand-eye coordination.
- 2. Chunky rings make it easy for baby to grasp, strengthening fine motor skills.
- 3. Count to 8! Each ring is numbered for counting.
Stacking rings has never been more fun with the Stacks of Circles! The center of each ring is the same size, allowing it to be stacked in any direction for frustration-free play. The Stacks of Circles promotes early STEM learning by teaching a child about sorting, size, sequencing and building.
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Others complained about the suction not holding to surfaces. It stuck very well to my child's plastic Bumbo tray despite a lot of pulling, tugging, spinning and trying to lift into her mouth lol. I've uploaded a video so you can get a better idea of how well this worked for me.
This toy feels sturdy and like it's really going to last. I wasn't expecting something so sturdy for the price.
BUY this one too!!!!! It is awesome! The colors and the material are amazing and the no stress, no mistake toy is really fun. The holes all being the same size is a brilliant idea...the best way to learn hand, eye coordination. The other, regular stacker will be loved to, but this one makes more sense for a beginner.
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But I still have to give it full marks. It does stick really well and the suction pad doesn't deform so can be re-stuck immediately after pulling it up. It has been dropped on the tile floor loads of times and hasn't broken yet. And most importantly - our baby loves it! He's 12 months now and has been playing with it for half a year.
It has a main wheel that spins as well as a few inner wheels that spin independently of the main one. Bright colours add to the interest and the rattle element is not too loud.
Good quality plastic and easy to clean with a bit of washing up liquid and a sponge. Would stick to the floor well as well if you want baby to stay in one spot.
The toy itself has great movement, very smooth but it is let down by a poor base.