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!
Facts About Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack and Baby’s First Blocks Bundle
Yes but make sure they don’t fall on the heat element. The top of the donut stacker I would wash by hand.
These products are made in Mexico.
Even 2 year olds can play with this
Did you mean to ask ‘wear’ this product? My grandkids really enjoyed these to play with. I guess they put the circles on as bracelets sometimes so sure.
It never gets damaged. Ours was very good quality.
I bought this for my great nephew! He loved it! They’re very study and have been used by other siblings and cousins! And it’s still in good condition!!
If by dots you mean holes, then yes. Not scratches though.
This is a great toy for a infant/toddler. They love stacking the colored rings and you can name the colors as they stack them so they learn colors. They are also soft so they won’t get hurt by them and they can chew on them. The bucket toy is a great one also. They have fun putting each shape in the proper hole and… This is a great toy for a infant/toddler. They love stacking the colored rings and you can name the colors as they stack them so they learn colors. They are also soft so they won’t get hurt by them and they can chew on them. The bucket toy is a great one also. They have fun putting each shape in the proper hole and they learn colors and shapes with that one. They both got much use when my little one was younger. Now she can use the shapes with playdoh and the basket to put other things in.
I purchased these items for my grandchild and he enjoys playing with them. The bucket has a top with openings for the blocks to go in. it has different shapes and blocks to match. The stacker teachers how to stack the rings in order from largest on the bottom to the smallest on top which also is a rattle. At thirteen-m… I purchased these items for my grandchild and he enjoys playing with them. The bucket has a top with openings for the blocks to go in. it has different shapes and blocks to match. The stacker teachers how to stack the rings in order from largest on the bottom to the smallest on top which also is a rattle. At thirteen-months old he enjoys playing with the bundle.
Well I guess we need to start with whether you made an order to be expecting 🤔…
but in all seriousness I would just say reach out to the sellers and or Amazon. Someone will be happy to help you!
I didn’t receive any with my order
Yes you can!
Info About Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack and Baby’s First Blocks Bundle (Reviews From Amazon)
These are the updated versions of classic toys which have no bells or whistles, but promote matching, stacking, and grouping skills. They’ve been fascinating my baby for hours at a time for the past two days. He got excited as I was hurriedly unpacking them from the box they came in.
On the shape pail: up until now he’s loved stacking things or knocking things down, but with the shape pail, he was amazed to find that there were two of each shape — unlike his other toys. He’s learning to compare the shapes against each other, and watching the look on his face when he put both star shapes together warmed my heart. Some people have noted that the lid is very loose in comparison to the older version. I’ve found this is true, however I like is because my baby is learning object permanence as well, and the lid is loose enough that after a shape is put through its matching hole, he can take the lid off to see that the shape did indeed end up in the pail. He’s also been happy to collect all the shapes in the pail and carry it around, or stick his feet in there to see that yes — even he fits lol.
On the rocking ring stacker, this is a classic as well. Unlike his stacking cups that he can mishmash together in different ways, this ring stacker is teaching him that sometimes certain things go in a certain order. He put the largest one on, watched it settle, and then put a smaller one on and of course it didn’t go all the way to the bottom — there was a gap between the rings! Watching him sit and stare at the stacking peg while he worked on the “problem” was neat. He was a little frustrated with this one, as he hasn’t quite gotten the lesson yet, but for now he’s enjoying playing with the rings individually, and has also combined them with the shapes from the pail — observing that he can pass the shapes through the rings themselves.
I’ve seen other sellers trying to sell this combo for $30+, and was glad to find this seller offering the combo for a reasonable price. All in all, very happy!
My daughter is seriously spoiled by all her family. She has so many fancy toys with with lights and sounds and animated this and sensory that. People always show up with stuff for her.
Her favorite – bearing in mind she was 4 months only when I got her this, and she’s 9 months old now – is this set of blocks and rings. By a long, long way.
Happy with this bundle. Originally I was looking to buy just the rock a stack, but saw for couple dollars more I could get a bundle. My daughter loves the blocks so much it’s a crack up to watch.
I bought these for my 9 mo. old grandson. He’s not at the stage where he can apply logic to getting the rings to stack from largest to smallest or fit the different shapes through the appropriate holes, but he likes to hold and inspect them, taking them from the box or the ring holder (putting them back, not so much). The container for the shapes is perfect for soaking the shapes in a weak bleach solution.
Best of all, I remember when I had my own rings and shapes!
I purchased these items for my little one at the onset of the pandemic. I was concerned about long term availability of items and wanted to have some learning toys in case lock down was for an extended period. My little one was about 6-7 months at this point. Not only has she used these two toys throughout the entire time, they have helped her hone her developmental skills. She still continues to gravitate toward them and I definitely consider them in her top 5 rotation of favorite toys. When I first purchased them, I considered them rather simple as opposed to the technical toys out there, but she absolutely loves them and as I mentioned, it has taught her age specific skills. Luckily, we weren’t restricted in availability of items due to covid, but I am grateful for this purchase and having peace of mind that these toys greatly benefited my baby and will continue to do so. Plus you can’t beat the price!
My son did not like these as a baby, but I got them for my daughter and she loves them! Not all babies are the same, but if yours likes to grab stuff to play with or chew on, these are a cheap must have!
Our grandson absolutely loves these. He’s 1 now, but we got these months ago. He first enjoyed crawling with one of the rings in his hand, but learned to stack them. He loves putting the shapes in the blue bucket (he hasn’t completely conquered putting them thru the lid yet) but the yellow lid is one of his favorite things. He carries it around a with him. These are fantastic, classic learning toys. You can’t go wrong with these.
There is a reason why these toys have been around for so long, they’re so good for a child’s development! This is a simple set but a solid set. That’s honestly what I was looking for because sometimes simple is better. When my son was little he had a barn animal set and It was super cute but I felt like he payed more attention to the animals than the shapes and that really defeated the purpose of the activity. This is simple but a really good set!
We got this a few months ago and my now 10 month old still enjoys them!! She hasn’t figured out how to put the blocks in the holes or put the tower back together but she loves shaking the blocks around and clacking them together! Good to grow into for cognitive development, learning shapes and colors. And she plays with every separate piece in different ways! Looks through the holes in the top of the bucket, chews on the tower post 🤣 etc. These toys will never get old!! Durable, and the colors are great. Just don’t step on them!!! Ouch!
Got these for our 6 month old. They are classic toys. Right now she dumps out, bangs and teeths on them. Which is “playing” at her age. She will slowly start to use them as a puzzle and stacking toy. I just put the pieces in the bucket and back on the rock-a-stack for her to pull off again. She loves the rattle stack as well.
|Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack and Baby’s First Blocks Bundle||4.8||View On Amazon|