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Lamaze Multi Sensory Soft Sorter

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  • Grows with baby from put in, take out to shape sorting and color matching
  • Inspires creativity as baby invents new ways to play
  • Textures and sounds encourage exploration
  • Four bright, soft shapes have interesting sounds and fun textures to explore
  • Lamaze makes a great shower gift!
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Lamaze Multi Sensory Soft Sorter + Lamaze Rainbow Stacking Rings Developmental Toy + Lamaze Cloth Book, Peek-A-Boo Forest
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Technical Details
Item Weight15.2 ounces
Product Dimensions10.2 x 8.9 x 6.9 inches
OriginChina
UPC796714273105
Item model numberLC27310A
Target genderUnisex
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
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Best Sellers Rank #28,331 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Product Description

Lamaze Multi Sensory Soft Sorter

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Lamaze Soft Sorter inspires creativity as baby invents new ways to play. Four bright, soft shapes have interesting textures and sounds to explore. Grows with baby from put in, take out to shape sorting and color matching.

Customer Reviews

My 7 month old daughter loves this toy very much.
Cuties
All the daycare kids love it and it challenges them to figure out which hole to put the blocks in.
Roses
It's also extremely soft and the colors are very attractive.
Wiktoria

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Cousin It on June 25, 2008
I love this shape sorter. My little guy is now 10 months and he understands that the shapes go into the box, and can do this with a little help as he hasn't yet figured out that the shapes are different and that they match the colour of the material on the corresponding side of the box. I also love that is does not take batteries, and is relatively quiet so I can take it on the plane when I go home to keep him occupied. It is all soft made of material and has 4 different shapes to sort. There are some small sounds. It is well made, well designed and very good value for money. Highly recommended.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By ieducate on October 17, 2007
I love this toy, but my daughter (9 months old) is not quite ready for it yet. She plays with the pieces (the triangle, square, etc.), but she can't yet figure out how to put the pieces into the box. I love how soft the whole toy is though and I know that she will enjoy learning the shapes and colors once she is a bit older.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By laurawoz on March 11, 2012
The problem with this product is that a baby can just stuff the shapes into the wrong slots as they are soft. It does not hold them back the way a plastic version would, so how are they supposed to learn their shapes? Also, the lid on the top is very prominent, so my son either puts the shapes in through that way, or just stuffs them through the wrong hole. Plus, the shapes are big so that they fill up the inside quickly, making it hard to fit them in all together (even when going through the correct hole). At first I thought that when he got older he would use it properly, but now my son is 15 months and I just don't see that happening. The fabric is nicely sewed and vibrant, however. It was nice to roll the shapes and shake them when he was younger, but now it is useless to me and I will have to buy a plastic one. Wish I knew this before, now it is another toy lying around.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By gshoes on December 6, 2012
I received this toy as a baby shower gift and my son is now 13 months. We introduced the toy at 6 months.

Pros:
- He likes the shapes. They each make a different sound and are different colors.

Cons:
- Each of the shapes can fit easily into any of the holes, defeating the purpose of being a shape sorter all together.
- When you drop the circle ball into the circle hole it falls out of the square hole on the opposite side.
- It is bulky and not something you can just throw into a diaper bag. I wouldn't mind this if the toy was useful, but it isn't.

Overall this is an overpriced sack that you can stuff different shaped soft balls into. If you are looking for a proper shape sorter you would be better served by the Toysmith Battat Sound Puzzle Box. If you are looking for a soft toy that your young infant will enjoy and possibly learn from, try the Lamaze High-Contrast Discovery Shapes Activity Puzzle & Crib Gallery. I'm sorry I got this.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By ZMomUtah on May 15, 2011
This toy is safe, fun, and cute. The fabric patterns are attractive and stylish (not as cheesy as in some baby toys) and it's one less hard-sided toy for baby to smack her head on when she falls. I had looked at the hard-sided sorters, but this one has another aspect. Each shape has a different "trick" or sound. One is crinkly, one has bell in it, one has a squeaker in it, etc. There are also textures on the box that the baby can feel, as well. The sides of the box also have a color that corresponds with the shape, so the child can match it by either shape or color. Since the sides are made of fabric, if the baby doesn't get the shape in JUST right, it still goes through. With the plastic ones sometimes it's hard for babies to get it in just right and they get frustrated. I was worried that the top velcro-open flap would be too difficult to open, but my one-year old figured out how to open it on the first try. She thinks it's also fun to put other toys in the top and take them out. With so many rattles and toys made of plastic, I think this is a great addition to any toybox, as it brings more variety of textures and materials for baby to explore.
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26 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A Reader on December 26, 2009
I have to say this toy is great. It's the first thing she has really grabbed hold of and spent time playing with - at 3 months, she's not really doing much else except lying on her mat looking up at the lights on the ceiling. But... it smells SO STRONGLY! It's not like perfume, more like Glade Air freshener, the cheapest, nastiest smelling sort, or maybe some horrible bath salts your great aunt bought you years ago that you still have because you can't bear to give them away but that you have to hide deep in a cupboard because they smell so hideously bad. REALLY synthetic and really overpowering. And even if you wash it in the washing machine, as we did, it doesn't go away, it seems to intensify, like there's something horrible inside bit in there that keeps releasing its own Glade smell. In these times, when I worry about perfume and cleaning products and basically any excess chemicals that don't need to be around my baby in all her newness and purity, because we are a little doolally like all new parents and starting to worry about cancer and autism and god only knows what else.. it upsets me to be giving her something that so blatantly honks. That, for me, overrides the ingeniousness of the toy.
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