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Wonderworld Bouncing Sorter Interactive Color & Shape Discovery Wooden Toy Set
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- LEARNING - This Babies Toy Teaches The Dynamics of Geometric Shapes in Relation to the Memory of Color
- PLAY - Use Toy Shapes/Color to Discover Which Fits Best, then Watch as it Ejects if Placed Correctly in the Shapes Hole.
- FEATURES - Wooden Shapes are Fun and Long-lasting, This Toy is Durable
- TOY INCLUDES: Four Shapes Red Triangle, a Blue Square, a Green Rectangle and a Yellow Circle
- CHILD SAFETY - Environmentally Friendly Rubberwood & Strictly Using Non-Toxic Paints, Dyes & Lacquers & Formaldehyde Free Glue
- Encourages learning the dynamics of geometric shapes in relation to the memory of color
- Red painted base with multi-colored shape blocks
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The reason why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because the blue lever for the square shape is a little bit off (it's a little bit lower than the rest)...it's actually not that big of a deal. And my hubby made a good point: that it's made out of wood and perhaps that particular lever wasn't sanded down the exact same as the others... Again, not too big of a deal to us.
What is a bid deal is supporting companies that make good quality wooden toys that are eco-friendly and non-toxic! THAT right there is important to our family!! And we are very grateful to have found another good company that does just this! :o)
I wanted something to help my then 13 month old identify colors - as well further his interest in "fitting" different objects in corresponding holes (he loves Plan Toy's punch and drop and loves to see what else he can fit into those circles). Right from the start he could place the yellow circle into its slot and had fun stacking the other blocks. He wasn't able to figure out how to get it out using the "bouncer" button but he simply turned the base upside down and managed that way. A couple of weeks later he could do the blue square and now he can do all of them on his own. We sometimes have to help him with the green rectangle, as this is a tricky one because it appears to be a flat square (the rectangle being made from its side) but it's actually slightly longer on one side so though it looks like it should fit any side of the "square" it only fits two. Not really a big deal, but it would make more sense if it was just a square, no?
Besides the sorting feature - he likes to press the colored buttons (with or without the blocks in place). I'm not sure the color coding has helped him identify the correct shape - but he likes to press on one button color, while I name the color and we go back and forth this way for a minute or two. I actually think this has helped him label/identify the different colors - which he is now just able to do. Another interesting aspect of this toy - is two hand coordination. He knows if he presses the botton with the block in it, it will pop up (not completely out of the slot as I understood it in the product descrition).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Although it's well-made and attractive, it is kind of an awkward toy.Published 6 months ago by Diana J Holz
Purchased for my 22 month old grandson! He seeks this toy out and has been playing with it daily!Published 6 months ago by DHK
We bought this toy for our daughter when she was 16 months and it has been one of her favorites ever since. Read morePublished on February 27, 2014 by ChipWestington
Nice quality product. I bought it for a 9 month old and it has the potential for use for awhile. Nicer than its plastic equivalents.Published on April 18, 2013 by SG