Melissa & Doug Deluxe Pound and Roll Wooden Tower Toy With Hammer
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- Pound the four balls through the holes and watch them roll down the ramps
- Brightly colored, smooth-sanded pieces help build early shape, color, and size differentiation skills
- Sturdy wood construction
- Exceptional quality and value
- Ages 2 years and up
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We've taken the classic pounding toy to new heights! Use the sturdy wooden hammer to knock the four brightly colored balls through the holes of this wooden toy, then watch and listen as the balls roll down the ramps. This early learning toy provides hours of play but also helps children build early shape, color, and size differentiation skills. The Pound and Roll Tower is recommended for ages two and up.
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We've taken the classic pounding toy to new heights! Knock the four brightly colored balls through the holes, then watch and listen as they roll down the ramps. Sturdy wooden hammer included.
From the Manufacturer
From classic wooden toys to crafts, pretend play, and games, Melissa & Doug products provide a launch pad to ignite imagination and a sense of wonder in all children so they can discover themselves, their passions, and their purpose.
Since the company’s founding more than 25 years ago, Melissa & Doug has consistently delivered innovative products that inspire open-ended thinking, encourage kids to see new possibilities, and offer Countless Ways to Play. It’s part of a bigger vision to Take Back Childhood. Because by giving children a true childhood with the space and freedom to explore their world, we give them a path to realizing their full potential!
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Top customer reviews
When a child hits the balls sitting on the top, they 'plink' their way down a series of ramps until they pop out at the bottom and roll away.
We've had this for a few months, so here's what we've noticed:
-The wood is soft, so dents and divets happen easily. The balls and tower are covered in tiny depressions.
-No chipped paint. Even though this entire thing has been beat all to heck, not a single paint chip-fleck. It's all intact.
-No structural damage. It's been thrown down a flight of stairs and the entire thing is still in one piece. There are no wood fragments or splintering that's occurred, making it incredibly safe and durable for multiple children.
-Kids from the ages of 1-5 will have fun with this. It's something that spans a wide range of developmental years, so kids will easily be able to grow with it.
Overall, this would be something you could buy for a classroom, nursery, daycare, etc.. and it would withstand all the abuse. AWESOME!!
Warning- if your toddler enjoys throwing balls at people, this may not be the toy for you. My now two year old received this toy from Santa and we almost immediately had to take it away as he likes to throw the balls, the kid has a good arm and needless to say, a wooden ball chucked at you does not feel good.
I would say 2 and up for this toy if your kid is anything like mine. He was 1.5 when he got it and though he played with it a little, he didn't really get into the concept until he was two. Now two years old he's using the balls a touch more respinsibly and digging using the hammer to hit them down
The toy is well constructed and so far the paint and structure has been able to take some toddler abuse and survive still looking fairly new
-Wooden toy, not cheap plastic
-Perfect size (not so small that babies have trouble grasping it, But compact enough to be stored on the shelf with other toys).
-Cute concept; pound balls through holes on top of tower and they slide down ramp inside until they pop out the side.
-Two of the three included balls are slightly smaller than the other two. The smaller two balls fall right through with little / no encouragement. This defeats the whole point of the toy, which is to pound the balls through the holes with the hammer. If they fall right through, the toy doesn't function as it should, which is very frustrating for my baby.
-This issue with the mis-sized balls also prevents the toy from being stored easily, with the balls nested in the holes. Since they fall right through, they fall off the toy and roll off of the shelf and onto the floor.
-The glue that holds the pieces together is sloppily clumped together like the manufacturer didn't bother to remove the excess. This isn't that big of a deal and you have to examine the toy to even notice it.
I could ignore the glue issue (which is very minor), if the different-sized balls were corrected. I really liked the concept and the colorful, compact design of this toy and wanted to love it. However, Amazon could only offer me an exchange, which I accepted, only to receive another toy with the same issue, so I'm not convinced it was a defective product.
We love this toy! Just so you know the replacement balls for the Advance Ball Drop Tower work with this toy too. The aren't quite as snug, but my son loves that because he likes to force them through with his hand instead of the hammer. He is still small and the hammer is a little advanced still. I think this is a fantastic toy for any child.