4.7
337 reviews
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Type:
Grasping Toy, Gross Motor Development, Learning Toys, Stacking Toy
Brand:
Fisher-Price
Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack

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great product for a great price

5

I have watched my grandbaby enjoy this from newborn. to current 15 months. and its still one of her favs.

Georgetown, KY

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Plays with it everyday for a year now

5

I bought it when my kid was 4 months old and right from the first day my son loved it. He was trying to hold it, throw it, watch me stack it. In 5 months he wasn't into stacking, but he liked the way the rings swirled around when he dropped or threw them on tiled floor. After all those dropping it still didn't wear out. He started playing with the rattle and then took the base apart from the holder and used to play with it. He finally started to play by stacking them and he still enjoys doing it after an year.

Dallas, TX

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Yes!!!

5

My son first started playing with this when he was 6 months old and he still plays with it 3 months later. He absolutely loves it. Even his 8 year old sister enjoys playing along with him with it. It is one classic toy no parent should be without!

Baltimore, MD

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A colorful toy that provides endless fun!

5

This is an eye catching toy that fits nicely in little hands, it has the ability to rock from side to side without falling over and the top ring can also function as a rattle. We've had ours for over two years now and it has withstood many different types of play without breaking. very satisfied with this toy!

USA

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A classic toy made even better!

5

I remembered this toy being around the house when my brother was little and it had been passed down through the family. It's one of those classic toys that has stuck around for a long time! I would even go to say that it's even better than it used to be. It's still colorful, bright and a great size for little toddlers and babies. It is fun to watch the little guys learn to stack the rings on top of each other and see their smile when they get one on. The improvement that I liked was the rattle ring at the top. It's just an extra bonus to a good toy. I found that my child played with the rattle ring the most on this and had fun making sounds. The base of this toy rocks back and forth. I seem to remember that it used to be flat. I like that better. It is well made. It held up for two of my kids and still looked great. It is very sturdy, but the plastic rings are still somewhat soft, so it won't hurt gums/teeth if it's stuck in their mouth. The rings are easy for them to place on and stay in place well,. A lot of fun for little hands!

USA

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Fisher-Price Rock-a-stack

5

This is a classic toy. I think every child in America must have or have at least played with one of these at least once in their lifetime. This toy has been around forever and every child I know loves it. The colors are bright and fun. I have one of these that my children played with almost 20 years ago and it is still played with today by my daycare children. Fisher Price toys have been around forever and are made to last. It is good to see such a simple toy still so popular in a world full of electronics. This is a toy that allows children to use their imaginations and creativity. My daughter used to love to try to balance the rings on her head. I have had many children wear the rings as bracelets or anklets. This is classic toy that every child will enjoy playing with for years. Babies like to take the rings off, and the older children like to help them put them back on. This is one toy that every child should have. It is inexpensive, and the ways to play with it are endless.

USA

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Great for small kids and even greater for special needs kids!

5

My youngest son, now three, received this as a gift when he was a baby. Diagnosed with autism eight months ago, I've seen him develop a renewed interest in this toy. Not only is it great for building gross motor and logic skills in neurotypical (developmentally normal) children, but it's also great for autistic children as well! It is very durable and survives the occasional scuffle. It also has lasting potential, as two and a half years after my son received it as a gift, it is still around and continues to be in excellent condition. Make sure the small child in your life has one of these!

USA

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Never Gets Old

5

The Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack never ever gets old. My favorite part about this toy is that you don't need any batteries and it doesn't sing really annoying songs or anything that would drive parents absolutely crazy. Yay! The most noise you're going to get out of this toy is the rattle effect from the top ring. That ring is my daughter's absolute favorite part. She loves anything that rattles, so that is definitely a plus about this toy. Even more, did you have any idea that the rings can be so versatile? My daughter has found countless ways to play with these rings. She stacks them like she's supposed to, she rattles the top one, she puts them on her arms and pretends that they're bracelets, and she put them on her head and claps them together to make more noise. It's just a great all-around toy that's full of bright colors that won't annoy the parents. We absolutely love this toy!

USA

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Classic.

5

Very cute, little learning toy for your little beginners. My kids always started playing with these when they started learning to crawl. They can quickly figure out how to stack them, and become so proud of themselves. In no time they learn to stack them in the correct order and you will become so proud.

USA

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My daughter enjoys this.

5

The toy is supposed to be 12+ but my daughter enjoys playing with the rings (since 8 months). She can't put them on but she loves pulling them off the stick, looking at each color, and using them like teething rings. The red top ring is also a rattle, so that gives her an extra thrill.

USA

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Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack

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