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Tupperware Shape O Ball Toy


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  • 6½" Dia. (16.5 cm)
  • Shapes are sized for child safety
  • Shaped pieces store inside the ball to keep them from getting lost
  • Red and Blue ball with 10 Yellow shapes
  • Ages 6 months and up
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Tupperware Shape O Ball Toy + Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack
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Technical Details
Item Weight8.8 ounces
Product Dimensions5 x 1 x 6 inches
UPC072782081690
Item model number1398
  
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ASINB000CFZP3A
Best Sellers Rank #969 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Product Description

Classic rattle, shape-sorter and counting toy! Here's a toy that grows with a child, from infants to pre-schoolers. As a rolling rattle, it has lots of open spaces for infants to grab. Toddlers can use the 10 pieces to match the shapes on the toy, allowing them to identify shapes and develop coordination and dexterity. Each piece also has a number on one side with the corresponding number of dots on the other to teach preschoolers number recognition and counting.

Customer Reviews

Very durable and such a great learning toy!
Triciatx
Loved the toy 35+ years ago for my children and still love it now for my grandchildren.
L. Williams
My kids loved this when they were little so I got one for my grandson.
Andrea

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Ohrwurm on June 15, 2009
The Tupperware shape sorter is the best baby sorting toy out there. We live abroad now, but I picked up 4 of them to bring back to Europe.
The reasons, why it is so great: 1.) Form and function are above all other similar sorting toys. 2.) It is plastic - and easy to lift and clean (A lot of parents prefer wood. But often the wood sorters are simply too heavy and bulky to be handled by little toddlers) 3.) It is formed like a facetted ball. That makes it easy for baby to turn it around and get seriously involved by looking for the right hole by themselves. 4.)The cut out holes and the shapes are very precise. Only *1* shape fits into *1* correct hole. Many other shape sorters - even more expensive ones - allow for wiggling forms into wrong holes 5.) It is a mental challenge because some of the shapes are really hard to discern 6.) It is no "loose pieces nuisance" like so many other toys - because: when you are finished, all pieces are automatically back inside. 7.) Keeps baby busy for about 10 minutes
For ages 9 months and up.
In short: One of the best!!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Eitemiller on December 30, 2009
I had one of these when I was a kid, so it was largely nostalgia that prompted me to buy one for my son; as it turns out though, it's a really nice toy. It's very nice and light, so if it gets thrown, it's not going to break anything; it has quite a few pieces for your child's shape sorting enjoyment; all the pieces store inside the ball when not being played with; when the ball is full of pieces it makes a satisfying rattling noise that my son really likes; it's visually appealing; it's quite durable. The only think I don't like about it, is that the halves of the ball are rather hard to pull apart, my kids (3.5 years and 18 months)both need help with this, which rather defeats the purpose of a play-alone toy. Still, once I dump out the pieces for them, they really like putting them all back again. One thing I especially like about this shape sorter is that it has several shapes, and a few of them are similar, which means that it's genuinely challenging, and even a young pre-schooler who is learning shapes, can have fun with this toy. It's not just for babies.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Anne on March 10, 2013
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The first one I bought for my son, now almost thirty five. The second one I bought for my daughter, now twenty six. The third one I bought for my grandson, now almost twelve. Now I have bought the fourth for my granddaughter, now almost one. Great to find they still are made, great fun with kids.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By MonaM on September 25, 2008
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After disappointed from buying the Fisher Price shape sorter (all my 16 mo old did was pull off the lid and play with it, which defeats it's purpose) I did some research trying to find a better product. My husband suggested this because he had it as a child. I didn't remember having this, but I ordered it and I'm glad I did. Not only does it come with a lot of different shapes, it's also hard for the baby to take apart. Other shape sorters that have lids or tops that come off won't do any good. This one requires an older person to pull the two sides apart, therefore, opening the product and allowing the pieces to come out. I thought it was pricey when I bought it, but after seeing it in person I realize it'll last a very long time if not forever and it can be passed on to my other future children.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 31, 2009
I think my daughter got this toy for her first birthday. At first I only let her play with it while I could help her, because she'd get frustrated or bored. I would put the shapes halfway into the slot and help her push them in. Then I would put the shape into the correct position in her hand and show her the slot to put it in. Eventually, I would let her pick the shapes she wanted to put in, and position the ball for her to put the shapes in the slots. She's 23 months old, and can put all the shapes in herself, quickly and easily, and she can name about half of them as well. She's also figured out how to open the ball for herself and empty the shapes, so she can play independently.

She's now teaching her little (6-month-old) brother how to play with the toy (he just likes to chew and drool on the shapes right now). This is a durable toy, and totally worth the extra cost.

There are just some toys every child should grow up with (oldies but goodies), and this is one of them!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Erica Stephens on February 3, 2007
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My son is 7 months old, and he loves this toy. He plays with the individual shapes while he waits for dinner in his high chair. He also enjoys shaking the ball and hearing the shapes rattle around inside. Since it's designed to grow with a child, it won't be long before he'll be able to put the shapes in the ball.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Coleman on June 9, 2010
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I chose this shape sorter because of the retro factor... it's just like the ones I remember from when I was young. Others I've seen don't have as many shapes as this one (my son now knows 'trapezoid'!) and it is self-contained, durable and very portable. It's also multi-purpose... besides being used as a shape sorter toy, my son: rolls it around as a ball, shakes it up so the shapes rattle around inside, and we trace the shape pieces with a crayon to learn how to draw shapes. One of his favorite toys!
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Chicesq on June 21, 2009
The yellow handles pull apart to get at the shapes inside. I gave it as a gift, and the first time we pulled it apart to get the shapes out, the cord that hooks the two sides together came off the hook, so for all intents and purposes it is broken, as we do not have a tool for reconnecting the cord. 40 Years ago when my son was a child every mom I knew had one of these for their kids. I never knew of one breaking before. I don't know if it is made differently now, or what. But, it used to be a great toy -- 40 years ago.
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