Wooden Counting Stacker
Bimi Boo Wooden Counting Stacker for Toddlers is easy to grasp for little hands, made from high-quality wood, and colored with safe paints. Each piece is hand polished to remove splinters and rough spots, ensuring kids’ highest level of safety. Certified in the USA (ASTM F963-17) and the EU (EN71).
Bimi Boo Counting Stacker comes with 45 rings and 10 tiles in different colors: brown, red, orange, green, blue, purple, pink, yellow, and gray. Each numbered space on the board is marked by basic additions or easy subtractions: 1-1; 2+1; 4+4 etc
Item Number: 03011
Material: Plywood & MDF
Product Dimension (W x L x H) :
16.9 in x 4.7 in x 4.3 in
43 x 12 x 11 cm
Package Dimension (W x L x H) :
17.3 in x 5.1 in x 4.7 in
Product weight with packaging:
Board with Pegs
Ring and Tiles
45 colored rings, 10 tiles with numbers
Interesting and developmental toy!
Great developmental toy for my grandchildren from ages 2 to 5. They played with it in different ways. Some older grandchildren enjoyed playing together with the younger ones. This was a good purchase.
Got this stacker for my 3 year old granddaughter and it is really helping her learn to count! She already knew her colors & how to count to 10 so this is expanding her knowledge.
Purchased this because my 3 year old daughter actually worked with it at her speech therapy appointment every week. When we got it, she was super happy, and my 9 month old son had fun with it also. Obviously, my son doesn’t know how to play with it, but he likes to pick up the shapes and look at them. My daughter will stack the rings in their correct pegs, and my son knocks it over. Over and over. So worth the money, as my daughter has learned sorting skills, colors, and numbers. It is a great way to engage and get your toddler talking if you have difficulties like mine.
This is a cool toy for a toddler counting skills. Each peg holds pretty much only the number of rings suppose to. The slide in/out numbers are also great. Only two very small improvements I'd like to see. The shortest pegs are a bit too tall