Melissa & Doug Nesting and Stacking Blocks (10 pcs) 2 pack
Melissa and Doug Nesting and Stacking Blocks Vibrant Melissa and Doug Nesting and Stacking Blocks provides bright pictures to introduce children to the alphabet. Vertically arranged, these blocks form a 3' structure. The four faces of theblocks are decorated with letters and images of familiar objects. Why You’ll Love It: Nesting and stacking these blocks can improve kids' hand-to-eye coordination and keep them engaged. Age: 2 to 4 years Features
- Sturdy, lightweight cardboard building blocks
- Made of premium, heavy-grade cardboard
- Features a wipe-clean surface
- Easy assembly
- Illustrated letters and familiar images
- Different-sized blocks
- 10 vibrant-colored blocks
- Convenient carry case
Overall Product Rating
Mom who gave toy when baby was too young - Review from diapers.com
Adorable but not for teething babiesIt's very cute, but I bought for my 9 month old thinking he would like playing with the blocks. He is teething and sucked on them until he was basically eating the paper off the blocks. So, now I"m using them for decor and will wait to give to him when he's older. The age says 2-4, so don't be like me. Wait til your kids are 2!
Steff - Review from diapers.com
Garage sale qualityGlorified shoe boxes.
Jenny the Jogger - Review from diapers.com
These would be great if...My boys loved these stacking blocks, but they are completely destructable. I have had to tape and glue these things back together a few times now and they are just about to go in the trash. The only reason they are still around is that they are a great toy for toddlers who love stacking and sorting things.
CT Mom - Review from diapers.com
Months of fun for baby!This has longevity! The colors and images captured my daughter's attention when she was four months old when my husband and I would stack and knock the boxes down. She's been playing with it ever since and she's a year old. It's my go-to baby gift.
Lisa P - Review from diapers.com
its cute, but its cardboard and stickersit would be beneficial if it had said what it's made of - i was expecting wood, but these are cardboard boxes covered with stickers that my 10 month old already got one off of. They should really be called stacking boxes, instead of blocks
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