- 5 colorful rings, perfect for grasping and stacking
- Bat-at rocker base
- Top ring has shiny surface with rattling beads inside
- Introduces babies to relative size and stacking
- Stacking helps them develop hand-eye coordination and introduces them to the concept of relative size as they learn to sort and stack from biggest to smallest!
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The Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack toy is classic, colorful fun for your little one! Younger babies will love grasping, holding, shaking and exploring the five colorful rings. The littlest ring has a shiny, reflective surface for baby to discover inside—with colorful, swirling beads that make fun rattle sounds! When they're ready to sit and stack, babies can place the rings on the post, then bat at the wobbly base to make it rock back and forth. Stacking helps them develop hand-eye coordination and introduces them to the concept of relative size as they learn to sort and stack from biggest to smallest!
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From grasping and shaking to sorting and stacking, the Fisher-Price Rock-A-Stack has tons of fun ways for your baby to play and explore. Babies can sort and stack all five rings, then bat at the wobbly base to see what happens, helping to enhance their curiosity and sense of discovery!
Think, stack, and play.
While they're stacking the rings on the base from biggest to smallest, babies are starting to understand the concept of relative size. (Plus, it's super fun.)
See what develops.
Sitting up for sort and stack play exercises your baby's developing balance and coordination skills. Try placing the rings in front of your little explorer, holding them up high or off to the side to encourage reaching in all different directions.
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The downsize of this toy is that the shape-sorting lid can easily be pulled off. My baby constantly pulls it off unintentionally (he's 6 months old). It would have been nice if the handle could "lock" the lid when it's put down on one side (like those counter-top compost pails). However, I guess when he's a bit older, he'll know not to do this and it probably won't be such a problem.