Bigjigs First Rainbow Stacker

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SKU: N25-000772105675

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Description

Discover the joy of learning with the Bigjigs First Rainbow Stacker, a vibrant and engaging toy designed to introduce little ones to the concept of size and order through play. This beautifully crafted rainbow stacker features wooden hoops in a variety of sizes and colours, which children can stack on the pole, exploring size differentiation from the biggest to the smallest.

The innovative design of the Bigjigs First Rainbow Stacker includes a stacking pole that folds flush with the stand when not in use, ensuring optimum safety for your child. This thoughtful feature prevents any potential mishaps during play, allowing for a worry-free playtime experience.

Key Features:

  • Educational Play: By stacking the wooden rings from largest to smallest, children learn about size and sequencing, laying the foundation for mathematical understanding.
  • Develops Key Skills: This stacker is not just about colours and sizes; it's also an excellent tool for developing dexterity and coordination as children grasp, lift, and place each ring.
  • Safety and Quality: Made from high-quality, responsibly sourced materials, the stacker is sturdy and safe, conforming to current European safety standards.
  • Consists of 9 Play Pieces: With 7 wooden stacking rings and a collapsible pole for added safety, the toy is both simple and engaging.
  • Compact Dimensions: Measuring W 9cm x H 17cm x L 9cm, it's perfectly sized for little hands and easy storage.
  • Suitable for Toddlers: Recommended for children aged 12 months and older, making it an ideal first birthday gift or a developmental toy for toddlers.

The Bigjigs First Rainbow Stacker is more than just a toy; it's a tool for learning and development, promoting playful exploration of fundamental concepts. Whether as a gift or a classroom resource, this rainbow stacker is sure to be a hit, providing endless hours of educational play and brightening any learning environment.


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