Fisher-Price Rock-a-stack and Baby’s First Blocks Bundle [Amazon Exclusive]

June 10, 2019 - Comment

Little ones will have a blast with this exciting gift set, which features two iconic Fisher-Price toys! Little hands will love grasping, holding, shaking and stacking the five colorful rings of the classic Rock-a-Stack toy, with its wobby base that rocks when your baby bats at it. The fun keeps building up with Baby’s First Blocks, as your baby

Little ones will have a blast with this exciting gift set, which features two iconic Fisher-Price toys! Little hands will love grasping, holding, shaking and stacking the five colorful rings of the classic Rock-a-Stack toy, with its wobby base that rocks when your baby bats at it. The fun keeps building up with Baby’s First Blocks, as your baby sorts the shapes into the bucket, and then dumps the bucket to see all the colorful blocks come tumbling out—over and over again! With all the bat-at play and shape-sorting fun, your baby will be busy as a bee developing fine motor and problem solving skills! Where development comes into play Fine Motor: Little hands get a big workout as they grasp and interact with the rings and blocks, helping to foster hand-eye coordination and dexterity. Problem Solving: Your baby will exercise big thinking skills as they use trial and error to sort the shapes into the correct slots and stack the rings from biggest to smallest!

Product Features

  • Set includes 2 toys
  • 5 colorful rings & a bat-at rocker base make the iconic Rock-a-Stack toy loads of fun!
  • Baby’s First Blocks offers classic sorting & put-and-take fun with 10 colorful blocks & a take-along storage bucket
  • Helps develop hand-eye coordination & dexterity as baby grasps the toys
  • Sorting blocks helps develop problem-solving skills

Comments

Anonymous says:

Excellent! One of the things that sets this shapes box apart from others we tried and did not like, is that the openings for the shapes have enough of a shoulder area that it’s not overly difficult and frustrating to actually fit the shapes through. This is very important, because otherwise the whole process will be so unnecessarily frustrating that it will actually detour your child from even trying it anymore. Which of course defeats the whole purpose you bought it in the first place. This unit does not have that issue, and has been a fantastic teaching tool for our precious little one.

Anonymous says:

I’ve spent 5 bucks on far worse things: (In no particular order) 1 I’ve spent 5 bucks on far worse things:(In no particular order)1. Street tacos in Baltimore2. A misrepresented “brand new” Lisa Frank notebook on eBay3.One of those limited time only “unicorn frappicinnos” from Starbucks4. Coral colored office supply bundle from Target10/10 product. Great colors. Lightweight and easy for my baby to hold plastic rings.

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