Lock those shapes up in the Lock a Block shape sorting toy by Schylling! Put in a triangle, circle or square through the top and let it fall in the box. Then use the key to make sure the shapes don't get out! There are two sets of shapes to match to the openings. And the slots are color coded with the blocks to make the sorting game easier! Lock a Block Shape Sorting Toy is perfect for toddlers who love using their hands to work things out! The toddler manipulative toy is great for learning colors, shapes and how to open things. Lock a Block Shape Sorting Toy from Educational Toys Planet will help develop those early learning skills you want for your toddler!
Manufacturer recommended age: 12 months
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7" x 7" x 5.2
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Positive Ratings: 96%
Total Reviews: 5
Reviews of Lock a Block Shape Sorting Toy
Good toy.....great for fine motor and sensory development,, but we find ourselves always looking for the pieces!
Thank you so much for your prompt service! The package came today, only a few days after I ordered it. The Lock a Block shape sorter is exactly what I was looking for! The three shapes are in the primary colors, and they are made to fit in the appropriate holes from any direction; the lock and key are an added bonus. Time will tell if the plastic will stand up to repeated use as well
by Emily D., NC
it seems sturdy and well-built. I will look at your website first the next time I need to order anything. Sincerely,
by Natasha, FL
My daughter who is 2 loves this toy. She loved putting things in things and playing with keys anyways so when I saw this toy I figured it combined two of her favorite things and I right. It's easy to get the key in and turn it w/o it being too easy making it boring. The toy is build well and the cut outs allow her to place other items into the box.
by Emily, NC
I like that the primary colors are used, and are bright. I like that the shapes fit in the appropriate holes in any direction. I use this with a 15-month-old, and he enjoys putting the shapes in the holes and getting them out again. He has not yet figured out how to do the key, but that will be another good challenge for him. The only problem I have had is that the little door does not open all the way so that it is hard to get all the shapes out. I don't know if this would be fixable, because it seems pretty sturdily made as it is, but that is the only negative in a very well-designed and well-made toy.