Schylling ABC Nesting Cubes
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- Beautiful, old-fashioned graphics
- 10 nesting cubes that nest or stack
- Cubes can stack to 38 inches tall
- Made of rigid cardboard
- Great for toddlers or preschoolers
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My son is a tall 1 year old, and when these are stacked, they are taller than him. That seems like it will be really great as he grows, too. I bet he will use this as a stack and kick over toy, so he will probably love it more in the future.
I can see how they might not hold up for a younger child, but a older preschooler is probably the perfect audience for these (in a home setting).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very cute but the edges frayed and seams came undone after about a year. It is made of cardboard so I guess what more can you expect. Read morePublished 23 months ago by gRAD student
My grandson loves stacking and nestling these blocks. He's able to pick out the correct ones when asked for. The pictures and letters are so bright and pleasing to the eye!Published on March 20, 2013 by dsturman
My 2 year old son loved these very well made and durable and educational blocks . He played with his blocks for several years, I bought a new set for my niece.Published on December 12, 2012 by Monabee
I really like the graphics on these. I actually thought they were wood from the picture, but that is my fault for not reading the description. Read morePublished on July 15, 2012 by Del G
Love the vintage look, educational value, and simple fun! Cubes are sturdy, as long as you keep them away from teething babies.Published on March 9, 2012 by steve
I bought these for a baby gift, but my 2 year old son opened the box. He really likes them a lot. He has fun laying them out, reviewign colors on the tops of the boxes, numbers... Read morePublished on January 30, 2012 by MJCJ