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Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Baby's First Blocks

This shape sorter is great. I read the reviews before I bought it, and almost didn’t get it because one or two said how loose the top was. I thought back to when my girls were little, and I got them the shape sorter ball from Tupperware. It had way more shapes to sort and a handle on each end that was used to open it. You held both handles and pulled, and it came apart in the middle. I learned more from it that the girls did. One, that was too many different shapes for a little one, and two I had to open it cause they couldn’t. The point here is this is easy to open, my eight month old can do it easily because the lid doesn’t SNAP on. Second point, there are 5 shapes, and that’s enough to start with. One of the best things is there’s two of each shape. We’re showing her where the first one goes and since she has the second one, she’s learning to fit it in the same hole! Little ones need something simple that’s easy to operate by themselves. This is it. Check it out!

Ten bright blocks are ready to introduce baby to shape-sorting fun! Baby can drop blocks into the open bucket…or through the shape-sorting lid! Filling the bucket with blocks, dumping them out, and starting over is great for eye-hand coordination and other early skills. Then baby can move on to sorting and stacking, learning about identifying and matching shapes while having fun! All ten blocks fit inside the bucket, with a carry-handle for easy take-along.


Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Baby’s First Blocks Review

This is a really great toy for baby. It is lightweight, so my 7 month old has not problem picking up the container to dump or play with. It is really nice that there are two of each shape. Everything is well constructed and the plastic is all smooth, so nothing to cut baby. My little guy cannot put the pieces in yet, but he does put them in the bucket. Just as a warning, the yellow lid does not ‘click’ onto the red bucket. So there is nothing holding it there. I like this because then my baby can open it to dump the toys, but some people might want something that stays closed. -Read Reviews-

Baby can sort and stack and learn to identify and match shapes

Shape-sorting lid and 5 different shapes help build early identification skills

10 colorful blocks are easy to grasp, hold and store inside bucket

Carry handle for take-along fun

Interactive learning aid

For some reason this was much smaller than I anticipated. I’m returning it because it just wasn’t what I was looking for and looking for something a little bigger. I still give it 4 stars because for someone looking for small blocks for their kids it’s perfect.

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