6 months & up. This unique stacker has no center post, stacks in any order and contains no BPA, PVC or phthalates. This Stacker is made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic milk containers which save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Packaged using only recycled and recyclable materials and printed with soy inks. 8 nesting pieces.
18 months & up. Children will delight in all the fun and engaging learning opportunities available with the Sound and Sort Stackers. Multiple senses are engaged while children listen, look, sort, and stack these 18 captivating pieces. A set of activity cards is included listing all of the benefits and many hands-on activities.
6 months & up. Translucent jug has an easy-open mesh lid. Children will delight in this safe exploration of bugs as they fill the jug and spill the bugs. Contains four easy-grasp bug buddies that rattle, jingle, squeak, and crinkle. Machine washable.
18 months & up. Support fine motor skills in children by adding Vehicle Match-Ups to your selection of toddler toys! This set offers 6 vehicles that children can sort, match, and drive around as a hands-on way to introduce and reinforce shapes, colors, and transportation. The vehicles are comprised of two sections that children can connect together. Each of the vehicles has it's own shape for self-correction: square, rectangle, star, circle, triangle, and heart. Set includes boat, bus, ambulance,… More »
18 months & up. Young children can build, topple, sort, and stack by bright colors and shapes. Surprise--some pegs rattle! This set includes a base for 3D building and 23 large pegs designed to introduce counting, patterns, colors, and shapes. Colors may vary.
6 months & up. Six graduated, numbered cups are great to use for stacking, nesting, sorting and water play. Each cup is numbered from 1 to 6 on the bottom and is volumetrically accurate. Fill cups 1 and 2, for example, and it will equal the volume of cup 3.They teach basic counting and math concepts. Made from recycled milk containers and made in the USA. Dishwasher safe. Colors may vary.
2 years & up. Who lives in each barn? Colors and visual clues will help the animals find their way home. The 28-piece set includes wooden barns numbered from one to six and color-coordinated animals to match both the number and color on the barn. Great for working on counting, sequencing, shape-sorting and color matching skills!
9 months & up.These multifunctional blocks have something new to explore on every side: a family of faces, drop-through tops, shape-sorter sides, and a school of sea creatures offer lots to discuss as children build vocabulary, hand-eye coordination, and motor skills. The sturdy plastic materials and contoured rims on this stacking toy make it easier for little ones to place each block, building confidence along with coordination and balance. Creative cutouts in the cups and lid and a collection… More »
12 months & up. Round shape sorter makes sorting shapes fun! Includes 12 colorful, chunky shapes for sorting in the 6" diameter ball. Twist open to retrieve the shapes. Develops hand-eye coordination and motor skills. Colors may vary.
2 years & up. Toddlers will love 'monkeying around" with these whimsical monkey stackers. Toddlers can practice fine motor skills, learn pattern and color recognition and spatial reasoning, all while having fun. Includes 25 chunky monkey stackers, 36 hole crepe rubber pegboard, and activity guide.
2 years & up. Build on early math and stacking skills with the set of five crepe rubber chunky shapes with 21 stacking pegs and puzzle frame. Activities include sorting pegs by color, matching colors of shapes and pegs and counting the pegs per shape. The shapes and pegs are washable and virtually indestructible. Extra Pegs (#30566) are sold separately.
12 months & up. A colorful rainbow of stars and blossom shapes make up this wooden stacking toy. Develops color and shape matching, fine motor and visualization skills. Stacks with or without using base.
12 months & up. Challenge developing abilities like fine motor, eye hand coordination and early shape recognition with this variety of stacking and shape sorting toys. Set includes seven different toys for children to explore.
18 months & up. Learning how to sort and count made fun and easy! These brightly colored bowls will capture the imagination and help promote basic math skills and organization. Bowls come in five colors: Red, green, orange, blue, and yellow. Includes smooth, round disks for sorting. The disks measure 1 1/2" x 1/4". each.
6 months & up. Infants and toddlers boost their hand-eye coordination and motor skills with this ring stacker! Features five uniquely-shaped rings with funny faces and a rocking base. Little ones can learn their colors, count, and sort. BPA free.
12 months & up. A stacking toy with many ways to play. Build a three-foot-tall giraffe and sort and nest cups. The lid and bucket become a shape sorter with four shapes to sort, or you can use the cups and bucket for sand and water play. Colors may vary.
18 months & up. The perfect challenge for children who have mastered flat board puzzles. Six freestanding animal shapes come with a box for sorting practice. The animals names are printed on each side of the box to promote early word recognition.
12 months & up. Toddlers learn sorting and classifying skills as they sort the bright color plush objects into their correct color jars. Each jar has an attached lid and contains 4 sorting objects. 7"H.
9 months & up. Enlighten babies through all stages of development with this multi-sensory sorter. The bright contrasting colors and patterns stimulate vision while the shapes add interesting textures to explore and different sounds to hear. Fill it up and start all over again. Surface wash.
6 months & up. This classic, colorful toy is fun for little ones! Younger babies will love grasping, holding, shaking and exploring the five colorful rings. The top ring has a shiny, reflective surface with colorful, swirling beads that make fun rattle sounds! When babies are ready to sit and stack, they can place the rings on the post and bat at the wobbly base to make it rock back and forth. Stacking helps develop hand-eye coordination and introduces the concept of relative size as babies… More »