Melissa & Doug Stack & Count Parking Garage
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- Wooden vehicle stacker
- Includes 10 toy cars, sliding counter, and wooden frame
- Clever drop-down counter encourages early math skills
- Compact design
- Sturdy wooden construction
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Kids can stack the 10 wooden cars in this parking tower and keep track of their progress with the sliding counter. Remove a car and the stack and counter drop down. Cleverly designed, this toy can inspire all kinds of learning from counting and color recognition to sorting and vocabulary building. The wooden car shapes, each with its own color and number, feature a sturdy plastic peg that naturally promotes the pincer grasp needed for writing readiness. Add in the numerous other movements involved in playing with this toy—stacking, pulling, slotting in, lifting up, balancing, and more—and you have a multifaceted skill-builder that promotes well-rounded fine motor skills in a playful way. As children slot the cars into the top of the garage the retrieve them from the bottom, they’ll be engaging hand-eye coordination as well as cognitive and problem-solving skills. As they explore the possibilities of stacking, grouping, and lining up the pieces outside of the frame, they’ll engage creativity too. There are unlimited ways to play with this seemingly simple toy — and unlimited ways to learn.
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|Bring learning and laughter to every part of your child’s world with these picks from Melissa & Doug||The seven graduated garages can be arranged to make a colorful town or stacked to make a tall tower!||Sturdy wooden vehicle set for hours and hours of loading and unloading fun!||This truck’s upper level lowers to let cars drive on, then lifts smoothly to hold two of the cars when it's time to roll out!||Kids can fit nine wooden blocks into the cut-out shapes on the sides of the truck, then dump them out!||Packed with construction pieces and pre-drilled with holes for nails and bolts, this truck is a moving building site!|
Stack 10 wooden cars in this gated parking tower and top them with the sliding counter. Then see the cars drop down and the counter point to a lower number each time a car is removed from the bottom! With its imaginative design details and wonderfully simple mechanics, this clever toy is a captivating, educational way to play with sorting, matching, counting, and more!
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That said, here is why I took a star away: some of the cars have unintentional paint drips down the side, which doesn't take away from the overall facade but does show chinks in the manufacturing quality control. Also, if the "garage" is empty, cars cannot simply be dropped in from the top for stacking or they will turn and/or fall out. However, once 3-4 cars are carefully let down, the rest of the cars can usually be dropped in from the top for neat stacking. Also - the picture is slightly deceiving as the sky blue "Level" piece is not stationary at the top--it falls on top of the other cars being stacked and is removable. This is how it should be as it aids in the counting part of this toy.