The color and shape of each other
The following 16 pieces of wood
Hand-eye coordination is enhanced by this game
It would make a great gift for toddlers and preschoolers, ages 2-6, as it has a variety of surfaces and shapes It is showing on the screen You can play for free
The size of this picture is 5" H x 2". This item is 5" x 13" in size. Three-inch width
Questions & Answers
If this was made in the US, what would the cost be?
I'm sorry, but this item is manufactured Despite the fact that it is said to meet all the US toy testing standards and to meet the high quality standards of Melissa and Doug. It may be a good idea to call them The number is 800 The following numbers are 2- I liked it because it was smooth and well-constructed A well-made, sturdy product.
Can this be used by anyone older than 12 years old?
The website states that they provide 24 months to 4 years of support.
Selected User Reviews For Melissa & Doug Stack and Sort Board - Wooden Educational Toy With 15 Solid Wood Pieces
The toy was very painful, but I loved it
It's not uncommon to have many bruises while playing with blocks that were pummeled by my toddler when he was a ninja. My reflexes are more quick since I took the supplement a few days ago.
I find that my two year old enjoys sorting out these blocks they've helped her learn her Then, she repeats it for me before hurling it at me. As soon as I say the color, she throws the It is also extremely sturdy, but my only qualm is that I cannot figure out how to mount it. It had become habit for my daughter to hold the base by the red prong and spin it above her head or towards me. The only way to prevent my husband and I from suffering head injuries was to confine the fire. I think this is a wonderful toy for our daughter. The song is the number one song to her. The best gift for mom and dad. The answer is not so good. If you buy this toy for a toddler that is older than two, then you may also wish to purchase helmets and bubble wrap along with it. It is likely that the corners of the base will need to be sanded to make them look.
| Oct 18, 2020
This was a great buy for my toddler when he was around 17 months old, as it was inexpensive and versatile
It is one of his favorite things. As soon as he saw the wooden wafers stacked by color, he understood the primary objective. With that under his belt, he was now able to play with it more creatively, changing the colors or stacking Duplos on top of Furthermore, there are other ways of playing with it that are provided in the label as well. This is an incredibly versatile package for such a low price. Toy that has no end. As with all Melissa and Doug toys, the wood is not family heirloom quality, but it doesn't In the year that my son will be appropriate for this toy, I believe it will last all the longer it needs to. As a gift for a 12-12 year old, I don't think there are any better options. The baby is 18 months.
| May 26, 2021
This is an awesome The toy has been played with by my daughter consistently for almost two years
As intended, the toy was used to sort and stack, but it soon ignited her creative side and led to other games. She cooks with these pieces, she makes "rainbow pizza" and she wears them as a necklace. The pieces are tomatoes and olives, puzzle pieces she uses for "rainstorm pizza", coins, and cake pieces. With this toy, it seems to be impossible to run out of options. I think I might pick one up again now that I see the colors have been updated (I always found the colors a bit similar), especially since the purple and blue are quite similar. Only one star off since the paint started chipping off almost immediately. I'd like it if the paint was more durable, but overall it's a.
| Jun 10, 2021
It has been a while since I bought anything from Melissa & Doug
I got this playset for my grandson who is not quite two years old. Basically, it is about his satisfaction, and that is what matters most. Although the wood is quite light, it has a lot of character This is very heavy pine, and not nearly as durable as you would expect for the price. It was Melissa & Melissa Toddlers used to love playing with toys made by Doug. I haven't been pleased with their brand lately, I've bought a few things that are less than superb. This brand is more likely than not not something I'll purchase.
| Sep 08, 2020
I give it a thumbs I give this toy to my 12 month old and my three year old
In particular, you need to pay attention to the 12 month However, she enjoys stacking shapes on the rods even though she does not yet color coordinate. As they learn colors, shapes, numbers, and sorting as well as sorting, they can utilize this toy for quite some time. It's great to have a quality wooden toy that will grow with the child. That's all there is to In addition, my kids are now 5 and 3 and I have an The toy is a This gift is now my go-to gift for birthdays for 1 year olds, and they always love it, and I like knowing they can use it for years to come.
| May 06, 2021
Fun toy for children to play with and learn through! Prior to the arrival of my second child, I spent some time looking for some durable new toys that my toddler would like to play with (I hoped! to play with as I took care of the Toys like this one really appeal to me
I know that as a family we will be able to play with this for years to come because it's made of solid wood and has vibrant colors. Having been a teacher for a long time, I was very excited about all of the educational possibilities in this Sorting by color and shape, and counting are tasks we have done Whenever he's playing with the puzzle, my toddler likes to pretend to put the wrong pieces on the wrong colored peg, and he looks shocked counts how many of each color are on each shape, as well as names them all so far. It makes me happy to be a teacher mom because he has the ability to learn so much just by playing with this item. There is so much to learn and so little.
| Feb 13, 2021
It was funny for a few minutes, but not long
It's a great idea, and one of my little ones The 5) enjoys playing with it every now and then. He understands the concept of sorting and stacking by color at this age. It will be possible to make games that are more challenging with it, when he gets to the appropriate age (e. g. Name the shapes and count them). In the meantime, he is content to pick it up, dump it on the floor, stack by color, and then keep going.
| Feb 01, 2021
The tool is excellent for teaching
I have a hard time keeping track of the I definitely think that this is a toy that is best played with when someone is accompanied by their It is still very much loved by baby! While using it, you can teach your baby a lot of different things because the pieces are large enough not to pose a choking hazard. Eventually, you can introduce them to colors, put pieces on the pegs and teach them how to count. However, the toy suffers from a problem – it is easy to lose the pieces. Playing with it on your own is especially beneficial if you let kids do so. I have three scheduled cleaning times a day to re-set our house and every time I come home one of these items is missing, and I find it within five minutes of leaving. It's always a challenge for me to keep track of where pieces have gone between this and another toy.
| Feb 19, 2021