Review of Baby's First Blocks by Fisher Price Kaneohe HI

Baby's First Blocks from Fisher-Price is a new twist on an old favorite. Remember that shape sorter? I sure do. I remember playing with it for hours with my younger brother and, more recently, have spent countless hours doing the same thing with my daughter. Baby's first blocks has basic shapes (triangle, circle, square, star) as well as an “x” shape for sorting. What makes this feature so...

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Review of Baby's First Blocks by Fisher Price

babys first blocks fisher price 266x266 custom Review of Babys First Blocks by Fisher Price Baby’s First Blocks from Fisher-Price is a new twist on an old favorite.
Remember that shape sorter?
I sure do. I remember playing with it for hours with my younger brother and, more recently, have spent countless hours doing the same thing with my daughter.

Baby’s first blocks has basic shapes (triangle, circle, square, star) as well as an “x” shape for sorting.

What makes this feature so perfect for younger children is that it sorts only on one side – the top – making it easier for early learners to sort without turning the toy over and over.

Sorting is Toddlers’ Favorite Thing to Do

Around 8 to 18 months a child’s favorite activity becomes putting items into other things. That love is combined here with introduction to color and shape basics as well as pattern recognition. The shapes are sorted through the top slots and drop into a bucket where they can stay or be joyously dumped onto the floor to do it all over again.

The lid comes off very easily so that little ones can do it all themselves. However, if sorting is the parents’ main objective, it might be useful to secure the lid onto the bucket so that simply dropping shapes into the lidless bucket is not an option.

Passes the Toddler Chew Test too

Another favorite activity at this age is chewing on just about everything in sight. Time and again Fisher-Price has proven the test of chewy-durability and this toy is no exception (honestly though, I did not chew on it t...

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