by Lorna, TX on Jul 25, 2012
I got this for my 15 month old granddaughter and 19 month old grandson. It kept them busy for a long time as they attempted to put the pegs in the holes. I like that it takes a bit of a push to put them in instead of just sitting in the holes. Great toy!
by Janet, OR on Apr 4, 2012
This was given to grandaughter (2-1/2 yrs old) and her Daddy said she was more interested in the above gears that went to older brother. Once she got interested, she really liked it. Maybe just competition with older brother kept her a little at bay. Still, Dad was thrilled with a 'good' educational toy!
by melissa, KY on Oct 8, 2011
by Amy, VT on Jul 17, 2011
by Jason, CA on Jun 3, 2011
It is more appropriate for a two year old. My daughter is 3 and enjoyed stacking the pieces as high as she could get them but the base is foam so it can only hold so much weight in one area before it tips over. I would still recommend this toy.
by Nancy, WA on Feb 6, 2011
by Jessica F., ME on Nov 1, 2010
good manipulative toy.
by Gina, AZ on Aug 28, 2010
My daughter is barely 2. I think as she gets a little older she will find it more interesting.
by James, NM on Jan 7, 2010
by Susan, FL on May 28, 2009
The pegs are nice and durable. The base is too flimsy, but it works. I would prefer something more substantial. THe children are not at all interested in stringing. My group really isn't into classifying with these pegs either. They primarily enjoy making tall towers.
by Roberta, CA on Apr 15, 2009
by Rosa, NY on Jan 28, 2009
colors, counting, Fine coordination, percepcion (spatial, visual), vocabulary..etc.