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Kid O Learn to Make Patterns Stacking Toy
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- A classic first stacker for a toddler, this brightly colored toy is designed to delight and provide hours of active entertainment
- The pleasing round shape of the pieces, smooth with no sharp edges, are designed to fit together well and build a tower almost 8 inches tall
- Helps develop motor skills, dexterity, shape recognition, spatial relations and sequencing
- Made from the highest quality ABS, the parts are easy to hold, stack and take apart; it's easy to clean and dishwasher safe
- For ages 2 +
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This broad appeal preschool stacker encourages open-ended, creative play through sorting, stacking, color and shape recognition, and design and pattern creation. With its stable and sturdy base the younger child can match shapes and colors, stack similar and dissimilar objects and feel the accomplishment of getting all the parts to stack up. The older child can create more intricate color and shape designs and visually interesting color patterns. Its hours of engaging fun as they explore new ways of putting the parts together. Built with the highest quality materials, the Pattern Stacker is designed to withstand the play of even the most enthusiastic user.
Kid O Toys, the leader in contemporary developmental and educational toys, makes learning look like child’s play. Dedicated to child enrichment through toys that promote and nurture creativity and discovery, we make toys that are designed to delight and engineered to endure. With open-ended play that engage young minds, set imaginations free and celebrate a child’s innate brilliance. At Kid O, safety is paramount. Always PVC, Phthalate, BPA and lead free, our toys are tested by independent laboratories and conform to all US and European standards.
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(I paid for this item. I noticed that ALL the reviews for this product as of today-July 2016- ARE FROM PEOPLE WHO RECEIVED THIS ITEM FOR FREE in return for a review.
My 2 yo who loves her wooden ring stacker, played with this Kid O Pattern Stacker Toy one time. Then proceeded to throw all the pieces on the floor and was no longer interested in it.
I believe that children respond to quality materials and products and are inspired by them. This lightweight, flimsy plastic stacker does not inspire.
Also, since the price point is so high, I paid $22.85, I thought I would be getting a better made item. Another reviewer who got this item for free, said that after 6 months some of the pieces had come apart since it was so flimsy and poorly made.
I have had various different kinds of pattern stacker toys for my kids over the years.
The differences about this set first one you notice the colors are nice and bright two tone not just a solid color.
Another thing I like is with this set the pieces are actually the kind that you can put on any of the pegs and can interchange them there is no right or wrong way to put them on which is not always the case with some of the other sets so much less frustration for the younger child when first playing with it.
The pieces are smooth and easy to clean with a nice wide base. The kids even like to just play with the pieces as a stand alone toy and not always stacking them back onto the pegs.
This is simply a must have toy for any young child to work on their fine motor skills and it can grow with your child as they learn things like sorting and counting it really has so many things that a child learns by simply playing with it.
I feel this set will last so much longer then any others we have had in the past like the wooden ones or those where the pieces were made of a foam like material and at least with with one not worried if a child does end up trying to chew on it because it is BPA free material and can clean up with just a simple wipe.
This is cute and modernist, but I don't like a few things. I have several stacking toys in wood, plastic, and stuffed/soft.
~ The plastic is durable, but lightweight, so young fingers have some trouble getting the little shapes onto the sticks.
~ The shapes are not really compatible with other toys since they are angular, so you can't also use these mixed in with other toys
~ They are slippery, so can't be held by a young child with one hand. Two-handed stacking?
He goes to pre-school daycare two days a week and spends the rest of the time at my house. Being around other children, has quickly learned to say "mine" when he wants something. That was the first and repeated word out of his mouth with this toy. He also picked it up and carried it around with him all afternoon - stopping and putting it down to play with it some more.
It definitely wins my vote as the most played with toy from the get-go. He took all the shapes off and immediately starting making his own stacks of differing colors and shapes. When he was "done", he would clap and say "Yay!" and then immediately dump it again and start over. We generally only do the "Yay" response when he is playing puzzles and finishes, so in his mind, the stacker somehow equates with a puzzle. That makes sense as he is putting pieces back on the stacking toy until all the pieces are on, just like with a puzzle.
As he gets older, the colors and shapes will start making more sense to him and as a toy, this one can easily grow with him. It now holds the place of honor sitting on his table in our game room where he can play with it any time he wants to. It is a fun stacker that I recommend highly.