Baby toy gift set makes a great present for any expecting parent
Includes Rock-A-Stack, Baby’s First Blocks and Classic Xylophone
Toys help foster fine motor skills, problem solving and more
Different age stages provide toys that grow with baby
Number of Pieces: 3
Dimensions (Overall): 18.0 inches (L) x 6.0 inches (W) x 13.0 inches (H)
Suggested Age: 18 Months and Up
Weight: 3.68 pounds
Includes: Shape sorter, rings, toy instruments, shapes
Features: Multiple activities
Assembly Details: No assembly required
Educational Focus: Memory skills, large motor skills, shapes and colors, creative thinking, music
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 204-10-1270
This bright and colorful Fisher-Price Classic Infant Trio Gift Set is perfect for your own little one or for the expectant parent in your life. The Fisher-Price toy set includes the Rock-a-Stack, which helps baby understand the concept of relative size; Baby's First Blocks, which help develop baby’s problem-solving skills; and the Classic Xylophone, which features a string and wheels that let your little one pull it behind them and make music as they toddle along. Each toy also fosters finger and hand dexterity and hand-eye coordination, so baby learns while they play.
Love these toys!!! Educational classics!!! I had this growing up and now I got it for my son!!! Plus it’s really nice that it grows with them, he’s two months now and loves the rings and the sound the xylophone makes, can’t wait till he’s bigger and can play with the blocks!!!!
I love this set and the beautiful music from the xylophone. This set will last quite a while as as the baby grows he/she will find new meaning in the toys. Right now my 6 month old baby girl just bangs the donuts and tries to taste the stand. She is learning to hold the stick that is used for the xylophone and blushes immensely when I play the music for her !! ( Biggest grins ever) . She still hasn't played much with the blocks yet ( and I'm o with that because by the time she gets to it , it will be like a new toy !) .
I did have to cut the xylophone stick from the attached string as I think the string was too short to allow a baby with still learning motor skills to manipulate. Since then she has been way better at making the knocking motion ( but now she pauses to taste the stick. lol) Lots of fun to have with baby!