Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack
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- Five colorful rings to grasp & stack
- Five colorful rings are fun for younger babies to grasp, hold, shake and explore
- Top ring has shiny reflective surface inside with swirling, rattling beads
- Introduces concepts of relative size & stacking
- The littlest ring has a shiny, reflective surface for baby to discover inside—with colorful, swirling beads that make fun rattle sounds
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Discover what happens
From grasping and shaking to sorting and stacking, the Fisher-Price Rock-A-Stack has tons of fun ways for your baby to play and explore. Babies can sort and stack all five rings, then bat at the wobbly base to see what happens, helping to enhance their curiosity and sense of discovery.
Think, stack, and play
While they're stacking the rings on the base from biggest to smallest, babies are starting to understand the concept of relative size. (Plus, it's super fun).
See what develops
Sitting up for sort and stack play exercises your baby's developing balance and coordination skills. Try placing the rings in front of your little explorer, holding them up high or off to the side to encourage reaching in all different directions.
A favorite Fisher-Price classic with so many ways for baby to play! Five colorful rings are fun for younger babies to grasp, hold, shake, and explore. The littlest ring has a shiny, reflective surface for baby to discover inside—with colorful, swirling beads that make fun rattle sounds! When baby is ready to sit & stack, baby can place rings on the post, then bat at the wobbly base to make it rock back and forth. Stacking helps baby develop eye-hand coordination, and introduces baby to the concept of relative size as they learn to sort and stack from biggest to smallest!
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|Item Dimensions||11.42 x 10.43 x 9.84 in||5.12 x 4.72 x 7.76 in||3.5 x 3.25 x 2.5 in||3.5 x 3.5 x 8.5 in||9 x 7 x 2.5 in||4.7 x 4.7 x 7.3 in|
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My son has been teething a lot lately so drool is EVERYWHERE. I noticed there was something trapped between the yellow pole and the white base so I figured out that it unscrews. Found out it was growing mold (likely due to the saliva getting trapped). I have since thouroughly cleaned the toy but it bothers me that that was even an issue.
Apart from those two things, my son does love this toy.
This isn't the first defective thing we've received with the fisher price name on it.
Was so excited for my little one to have this classic toy. This one won't be able to go in the bath tub, wich is partly why I got it, as i don't think it'll be very easy to clear all the water from it.
The Blue ring is half melted with a weird texture, and there's a big melted indent where the hole is supposed to be in it. These rings are supposed to be smooth, not mottled like the blue ring in my photos.
Even tho there's issues, she still loves it. But I think I'll be switching my trusted baby toy brand from fisher price, which is too bad, as I've got children ranging in age from 19yrs to 1yr....