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- Ideal for hammering practice
- The Balls Drop Down After Hammered And Roll Out The Side
- There Are Three Balls Red Blue Green And A Wood Mallet
- Improves The HandEye Coordination Aligning Slotting And Aiming
- This Toy Is Made From All Natural Organic Recycled Rubber Wood
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942401 Features: -Punch and drop. -For ages 3 years and up. -Environmentally safe materials. -Ideal for hammering practice. Product Type: -Stackers / Sorters. Material: -Wood. Generic Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 7.4'' H x 7.4'' W x 4.53'' D. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -7.4 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -7.4 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -4.53 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -2.43 Pounds.
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Plan Toy Punch and Drop is ideal for hammering practice, it is fun for children to pound the balls until they drop in the block and slide out. Nice natural wood square box with 3 round holes in the top for the balls. There are three balls, red, blue, green and a wood mallet. It improves the hand-eye coordination, aligning, slotting and aiming.
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It came today and as usual, its fantastic quality and aestetically pleasing like all of our other plan toys. But my son flipped over this toy. He was so excited about the wooden balls. I showed him once what to do with the box and hammer and then he was off. In his typical toddler fashion, he had to try to stand on it. Hes a big 18 month old at 30lbs and it held him, even though it did creak. I obviously asked him to not stand on it, but I was quite glad it held up. The balls do get stuck inside sometimes, which gives him good problem solving practice.
As other reviewers have stated, this is prime throwing age and these are wooden balls. I keep these toys FAR away from the things I would not like to be hit with them. He "handed" one to me one day and I "caught" it with my head and they really hurt, so plan accordingly and you will be fine.
An added bonus, the balls from this fit perfectly on the Zig Zag Ball Run. I have not tried the balls from the ball run on this yet. I need to measure the balls because I spend a great deal of time chasing them around the house and getting them from under furniture. The roll like mad on our laminate floors!
I got this for our 15 month old because I remember liking a similar toy as a child. I was worried he was too old for it, but the joy of hammering away with that little mallet was not lost on him at all.
Definitely a quality toy.
It is very sturdy and well-made. The balls are seated in a plastic/rubber gasket, which gives just the right amount of resistance. He also plays with the balls independently, banging them together, rolling them around, even carrying them around. They show virtually no wear, despite being rubbed on concrete. They're a great size and have really entertained him a lot!
I was a little worried that it was too simple a toy and kind of a one-trick pony (he figured out how to hammer the balls down pretty quickly), but he has used it in other ways too. He puts small objects in it as a crude shape-sorter, for example, and figured out how to reach in to retrieve things that don't roll out. It does have lasting play value. Simple is good!
I'd absolutely buy this again.