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- Creative Development For Your Child
- Nine piece wood toy set
- Your Child Will Also Use And Develop Some Logical Thinking Tools
- Learn About Height Depth Size And The Sequence Of Sorting And Stacking
- This Toy Is Made From All Natural Organic Recycled Rubber Wood
List Price: $24.99
Plan Toys Cone Sorting Description
This Toy Is Made From All Natural Organic Recycled Rubber Wood. Plan Toy Cone Sorting inspires imagination as well as promotes children’s physical and intellectual development along with being socially and environmentally responsible and maintaining good values. This toy is made from all natural organic recycled rubber wood and colored with water based dyes.
Reviews By In Search of Value : Date May 1, 2010
I was looking to buy my son a typical ring stacker but saw this in my searching and got it instead. I’m so glad we did because it’s the best toy we own. I bought it when my son was 12 months old and it’s been his favorite toy for the last 3 months. I thought it would be too advanced for him but he figured it out right away. And then he started trying to put it together in different ways. He is fascinated by trying to put the pieces on in different orders or seeing if he can put them on upside down. Because there are so many more ways to put the pieces together (some that work and some that don’t) he has a great time exploring. He also uses some of the individual pieces in different ways like using the green tube as a telescope. The toy itself is very attractive looking and very sturdy. It’s solid wood but the pieces aren’t too heavy for a young child to manipulate. The pieces are stained and not painted so I don’t worry about my son chewing on any of the pieces. I can’t say enough good things about this toy. It’s simple but wonderful.
Reviews By 3 polkadots : Date December 5, 2007
My son has a couple of basic ring stackers, but this cone sorter by Plan Toys, while using the same concept, draws his attention and holds it for much longer than his basic ones. The interior tubes must be assembled by size before the outer rings can be added. At 12 months, my son definitely needs help in putting it together, but he is absolutely fascinated by the way the tubes slide into one another, as well as the way the outer rings hide the tubes. This toy will be excellent for teaching colors, size differences, and spatial relationships. And when we don’t want to take it that seriously, the tubes are great for rolling on hardwood floors. This cone stacker provides a unique challenge that no other toy we’ve found offers!
**Now at age 3, my son still enjoys playing with this. It’s a toy that I rotate in and out of his collection, so that it seems “new.
Reviews By J. Swinghammer : Date September 9, 2009
I bought this toy during a sale months ago but followed the box and held off on giving it to our daughter until she turned two. Now that she is playing with it I am regretting not giving it to her at least ten months ago. I would not hesitate to give this toy to a one year old. Our daughter had it figured out in a day but continues to creatively play with it. Sometimes she makes a mistake but she problem solves and fixes it. And this is such an elegant looking toy as well. I actually love looking at it!
My inlaws gave us a traditional plastic set of stacking colored rings which she got about a week before I remembered that I had this in our closet. She showed very little interest in that and wouldn’t learn from her mistakes like she does from the much more complex Plan version. I noticed that Plan offers a more traditional ring stacker, I would take this over that any day!
We have a number of Plan toys but so far this is our favorite. I expect my daughter to be enjoying this for a long time.