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Melissa & Doug Geometric Stacker
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- 25 colorful wooden pieces to match and stack on three rods
- Rings, octagons and rectangles
- Great for building early shape, colour and size differentiation skills
- Exceptional quality and value
- Ages 2+
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Three times the fun
We’ve tripled the fun of a classic wooden stacker with three stacks of different geometric shapes! All the colors of the rainbow are represented by these 25 smooth, easy-to-grasp wooden pieces in three shapes: rings, octagons, and two-part rectangles. Stack them on the three dowels on the solid-wood base, designed with rocking edges for safe and intriguing play. Kids two and older love to hold the pieces, and to stack them, sort them, line them up, trace them, and play with them in endless ways.
Quality craftsmanship and classic design make this a toy that never goes out of style, and its sturdy construction ensures it will last through years of hands-on play and learning. This triple stacking toy helps teach sorting skills, color and shape recognition, and helps children develop and hone fine motor skills. It encourages problem-solving and builds hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity. See confidence and self-esteem grow as children two and older rise to the challenge of matching the shapes and creating different patterns.
About Melissa & Doug
Melissa & Doug toys are designed to fuel imagination, inspire exploration, and encourage the natural curiosity that leads to a lifetime of learning! From classic wooden toys to creative crafts for every age, Melissa & Doug’s timeless products educate and enrich in a way that’s as natural as playtime itself.
Since their company’s founding in 1988, Melissa and Doug have been committed to making exceptional children’s products, with a focus on hands-on creative play and superior customer service.
With their recognizable red-oval logo, Melissa and Doug put their names on every product they make—a symbol of their commitment to quality, attention to detail, and dedication to improving playtime for families around the world.
Match and sort these 25 colorful wooden pieces, and skill-building is just part of the fun. Rings, octagons, and rectangles can be slotted onto the three rods, stacked on top of each other, or lined up to compare shapes, sizes, and colors. This first-concepts set is a manipulatives all-star!
- 25 colorful wooden pieces to match and stack on three rods on a solid wood base
- Rings, octagons and two-part rectangles
- Bright colors of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple
- Helps teach color and shape recognition and sorting skills, and encourages fine motor development, hand-eye coordination, and dexterity
- For ages 2+
Top Customer Reviews
The idea is wonderful - three stackers in one, with varying levels of difficulty. The first two are quite simple, and the third requires a bit more skill and mental energy to piece back together correctly.
So, we bought this for our daughter's first birthday, and it was a hit! Even her noise-making over-stimulating toys were forgotten when she opened this one.
Why only three stars? Well, a couple of things:
First the paint stuck together between the pieces - most significantly on the more difficult stack of the three, and it was quite hard to seperate the pieces. When we finally did seperate them, much of the paint was removed and transfered to the other pieces, and more of the paint chipped off soon after with very little play. Even non-toxic paint I'd prefer she didn't swallow in these quantities. I would have thought this was exclusive to our toy, but a few other reviewers said the same thing.
Second - odd as it may sound - the three prongs sticking up worried me a bit in terms of her falling on them. Since the base is broad, it doesn't overturn as easily as the single stacker. Since she is learning to walk, she does tumble over a good bit. Maybe a needless concern, but worth mentioning.
Ultimately we returned this to the toy store and replaced it with the simple rainbow stacker. I think she's gotten an equal amount of play out of it - and it doesn't seem to carry the problems and hazards of the geometric one.
This one simply needs improvement in construction (let the paint dry before assembling the toy!) and safety (maybe seperate the three parts rather than putting them all on the same base)before I would think of purchasing it again.
My only complaint is that close supervision is an absolute must with this toy. The long wooden poles pose a threat in my mind. Falling onto this toy, or waving the base around could result in injury. I will only allow my child to play with this toy in a seated position and only with me close by.
All in all, this is a very educational manipulative with plenty of play potential. Great for learning basic colors, too!
Just like the sorting cube I bought with this, the colored paint chips off. The square is 2 shapes which fit to be a square. Seems like a good advanced concept, but mostly concerned of the sharp edges. So those were put away.
I should have bought one of the plastic versions of this. The paint would not have chipped off. And maybe the poles would have been attached to the base rather than adhered with toxic glue.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice concept. The wooden sticks become loose after a bit of "abuse" though.Published 9 days ago by Anuj
This toy is great! The children have to be patient to figure out how the square ones fit together. My 2 year old class also loved this geometric stacker. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Kathy Mulholland Campbell
Too much for my toddler I recommend the single toward versus the 3 tower but overall a great toy!Published 18 days ago by Angelica Franjul
My son loves this toy. He is two years old and absolutely loves it. He stacks them in all different ways and then dumps them back over and starts again. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Wood started to crack and paint started to chip after a few weeks of usage.Published 1 month ago by Sima
Durable , wooden blocks. My granddaughters loved this and play with them very often. Shipping was on time. It was as expected.Published 1 month ago by Barb Ryan