|Educational Objective(s)||Dexterity, Hand-Eye Coordination, Shape Recognition, Stacking Skills, Sorting Skills, Motor Skills, Problem Solving Skills|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||22 April 2020|
|Mfg Recommended age||6 months and up|
|Item model number||GRF11|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 12 x 19.7 cm; 703 Grams|
Fisher-Price Baby's First Blocks & Rock-a-Stack, Plant-Based Toys
- Gift set featuring two classic infant toys made with plant-based materials
- The Rock-a-Stack ring toy has a rocking base and 5 colorful rings to stack
- Baby’s First Blocks offers classic sorting and put-and-take play with 10 colorful blocks and a storage bucket
- Grasping, stacking and sorting the toys helps develop fine motor skills and problem-solving skills
- For babies ages 6 months and older
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Beneath a pile of stars, squares and triangles, baby finds it: The ring to top them all. This Fisher-Price gift set combines two classic baby toys made with plant-based materials. Open a bucket of fun with Baby’s First Blocks, a set of 10 colorful shape blocks for sorting, stacking, and drop-through play. The iconic Rock-a-Stack toy features a bat-at rocker base and 5 colorful rings to grasp, shake and stack. This adorable gift set is loaded with hands-on play that helps your baby develop dexterity, hand-eye coordination, and problem-solving skills.
Classic toys reinvented
Tiny humans have been sorting and spilling Baby's First Blocks and using Rock-a-Stack rings as hats for years. Now these classic toys have been reinvented using plant-based materials* to help make playtime more planet-friendly. (*Toys made from a minimum of 90% ethanol extracted from sugar cane.)
Biggest to smallest, smallest to reddest…it’s all in how you stack it.
Same classic look, feel and fun, new materials.
The circle and the star don’t sort through the same slot, but they’re still good friends
Committed to fun that lasts
It has been making childhood more fun for nearly 90 years. To continue our proud tradition of creating toys designed to last a lifetime, we've started using plant-based materials and Forest Stewardship Council-certified packaging featuring How2Recycle labels. We're committed to improving environmental sustainability, so playtime can keep going for generations to come.
Where development comes into play
- Fine Motor: Little hands grasp, interact with the rings and blocks, foster hand-eye coordination
- Thinking Skills: Baby figures out which block goes where, they'll be big problem solving skills!
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My babe loves to play with all things well... Not toy related lol - pots and pans with wooden spoons? Yes! Cardboard boxes? Of course!! Toys designed for babies/kids...? Uhhh naw, I'm good mom, thanks. In this case, however, babe LOVES this toy set - the shape sorter in particular (though he loves the rings as well). He loves to make noise, so picking the shape sorter up by the handle and shaking it as hard as he can is pretty much the best thing ever - aside from banging on pots with spoons, that is ;)
I do agree with some of the reviewers that say the lid is looser than the older versions - for my babe, it's really nice that he can pull the lid off to see exactly where the shape goes once he's put it in the proper hole. So the looser lid style makes that easier for him.
Overall, we are very pleased with this toy set! And for the price, it's very worth it.
My only complaint is that the lid does not snap or lock on in any way, like the old version I had as a child did. It makes it difficult to get a child to use the sorting holes when they learn that the slightest nudge takes the lid off and they can just toss the shapes in the top.