Rated 5 out of 5Â by Cookinfool Great Toy!
Our grandson loves this toy. There are so many possibilities to learn and play. The whole concept of nesting is big on his list right now and stacking them is a fun activity as well. You can also hide smaller ones inside of larger ones and hide the ball. We like that the matching colors to make the spheres are shades of the same color for learning colors. Great toy!
Rated 4 out of 5Â by GirlLoves2Shop One toy that does so much!
This was a gift for my one year old. It's pretty amazing all the things you can do with it! Stack it in a tower, make it into five balls, nest the balls. My baby especially loves the little yellow ball. It's noisy & even bounces on tile! This is definitely a toy that will grow with my child! Colors, numbers, etc. Little ones can even come up with their own "game" because this set is so versatile. But, the balls can sometimes be hard to stick together or break apart because they are a little tight. Younger ones may have a little trouble. As they get older it shouldn't be a problem. This toy seems unbreakable!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by aeakjm A great and versatile toy!
This is yet another toy that we have owned since my 1st baby was born 6 years ago. I have 3 now, and this is still a favorite among all of them. What I like best about this one, vs. just stacking rings, is this one does so much more! There are 10 "halves" total in all different colors. Each one also has a number on the side for older kids. You can stack the "halves" 1-10 and if one is misplaced, you can still stack the ones you have. You can take the halves and make "balls" to roll or even stack those too! (think snowman :) You can also interlock them into one another (take the smiling yellow ball and put it inside the smallest halves, 10 & 9, then so on and so on. It really is a great toy!
Rated 3 out of 5Â by stinajay3 Love the toy, if I could only get it opened!
I have a daycare with my granddaughter as one of my children in care. I had purchased this toy for her when she was 6 months old. It is a great toy when it is opened and able to stack and play with the ball, etc. But opening is a joke! I have had every parent come in and try it and no one can open it. I can open it only by using my fingernails in the grooves. Not one of my daycare children, even the 8 year olds can figure it out. Anyone have any ideas? I would love to find out how to open it easily, so it can be played with more. As much as I love playing with the children, I don't want to have to open this toy all day long. Please help.