Babies will giggle with glee as they stack and explore these adorable block toys!
Each whimsical block is home to a friendly face and a busy activity like squeaking or rattling. Little ones love all the fun and parents love how these toys encourage hands-on play and help develop fine motor skills.
When you're done, all the blocks pack up into the handy travel case, which can also be used as a shape sorter!
• Ages 12 months and up.
My two year old daughter loves these, she is sooo happy when she plays with them as she is learning loads of new sounds, animals and colours. She plays with them all day and they go everywhere with her, as they have an easy-to-carry handle. She loves stacking them and then pushing them over. They say are for 12mths+ and I agree, the clip that keeps them in the carry case is a bit hard for little hands to open but with a little adult help to open it she is away playing. It comes fully assembled ready to play with, once it been taken out of the box.
They are a good idea to help children to get to know their shapes, as it is also a shape sorter. My daughter has fun learning the different colours and animals, and the colours are nice and bright. The animals have great detail so you can see just what animals they are. There are nine animals in total: an elephant which has a mirror, a giraffe which has a spinning wheel, a hippo which has a dial to turn, a cow which squeaks, a tiger which rattles, and a chicken which also rattles. There is also a zebra, a monkey and a sheep, but they don't do anything special.
These are a good way to get my child to say what the animals are, which she can now do, which is great... so keep up the great work, Playskool.
Overall we think that this is a great toy. We have so much fun together on the floor playing with these, if it was a bit more affordable we would give it a 10 out of 10.
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