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- Honors a tradition with this beautiful version of the classic stacking rings
- Explore Counting Color And Size While Playing With This Toy As A Safety Precaution The Central Rod Is Collapsible
- As A Safety Precaution The Central Rod Is Collapsible If There Are No Rings On The Rod
- This Toy Is Made In Thailand From All Natural Organic Recycled Rubber Wood
- Our Toys And Play Sets Have Real World Functionality Which Encourages Creative Play In A Positive Learning Environment
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512400 Features: -Stacking ring. -For ages 2 years and up. -Environmentally safe materials. -Central rod is collapsible. Product Type: -Stackers / Sorters. Material: -Wood. Generic Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 7.4'' H x 4.53'' W x 3.66'' D. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -7.4 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -4.53 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -3.66 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -0.86 Pounds.
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Plan Toy Stacking Ring honors a tradition with this beautiful version of the classic stacking rings. This "old world" styled rendition reminds us that there is virtue in simplicity. Stack the colored rings in any order on the wooden pole. The child discovers basic math concepts and learns about color, counting and size while playing. The pole will collapse if the rings aren't on the pole. Always a favorite, especially of grandparents, it has a warm, well-earned place in everyone's heart.
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My son's tendency to use the post part of this toy as a mallet inevitably led to its demise. Plan Toys' decision to use elastics as the means of connecting the post to the base seems to have been a poor one. Once one of the two elastics broke, I knew that the end was near. I tried to hold the pieces together a few times with wood glue and then super glue, but it was for naught. This toy is now toast. I may try to use a wood screw to reattach the two pieces. Regardless, this toy was not made to withstand the play style of toddlers.
I love Plan Toys. Vibrant colours, and non-toxic paints. In addition to being a great stacking ring, each ring spins well on its side like a top, and the base is evidently very fun to use as a sort of mallet for generally smashing on the ground etc.
All in all, the toy has been a total success so far. The only reason I'm giving it 4 stars is the price. Come oooooon... It doesn't get much simpler than this. What could possibly be worth $17.69 on this thing?!?
UPDATE: My daughter is 12 months old now and the red ball from this toy is still her favorite toy ever. I don't know what kind of crack they put in it. We just celebrated her first birthday, and all the new toys ain't got nothing on the red ball! I had to hide it so she would look at the new toys. I think my baby likes the simple things in life.
UPDATE #2: At 15 months she's an expert at stacking the rings on the pole. The red ball still holds a special place in her heart, though it has recently given way to a baby doll. The biggest ring fits juuuuust barely in her palm, and she insists on holding the rings in her palm and not by the edge, so I can totally see why this stacker is the size it is. I don't understand why people whine about its size. It's made for babies, after all, and needs to fit them, not you! The size is perfect. My daughter loooooves ringing this thing, dumping the rings, and then again and again. Great toy.