Stack and Sort Train (23 blocks)

by Explearn Toys
$59.99
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  • 1) Let's roll the amazing Explearn Stack and Sort Pull Along Train with bright and cheerful geometric Wooden Blocks.

    2) Sturdy, pegged cars are the base for 23 colorful pieces that can be configured over and over again - builds creativity and imagination.

    3) Explearn Stack and Sort Pull Along Train includes 23 wooden blocks, pull cord and three stacking bases with rolling wheels.

    4) Thanks to the pull cord and rolling wheels, they will also develop gross motor skills while taking the train for a spin. Handcrafted and carefully designed stacking train allows easy maneuvering.

    5) Children can stack, sort and play with the colorful blocks on their own.

    6) Block play encourages imagination and both independent and cooperative play. It also develops color recognition, hand-eye coordination and creative play.

    7) The brightly colored geometric blocks encourage shape and problem-solving skills. Train play develops creative thinking and dexterity.

    8) Durable child-safe (water based) paint finish and solid wood construction.

    9) Easy Clean - Wipe with a damp cloth and dry with a clean soft cloth.

  • 61.6(L) X 15(W) X 10.5(H) cms
  • Kids just love to play and have fun with the bright colored and cheerful Stack and Sort Pull Along Train. The pull cord allows children to pull the train behind them - develops gross motor skills. Sturdy, pegged cars are the base for 23 colorful wooden blocks that can be configured over and over again. Explearn Stack and Sort Pull Along Train includes 23 geometric wooden blocks, pull cord and three stacking bases with rolling wheels. The Stack and Sort Pull Along Train is Handcrafted and Carefully designed for easy maneuvering. Children can stack, sort, and play with the colorful blocks on their own.

    This encourages creative element in a child. Block play encourages imagination and both independent and cooperative play. It also develops essential motor skills and hand-eye coordination. The bright colored geometric blocks encourage color recognition, shape recognition and problem-solving skills. Train play develops creative thinking and dexterity.

    Recommended for ages 3 years and up.

    Made with organic wood sourced from naturally sustainable forests. Durable child-safe (water based) paint finish and solid wood construction make this a toy your child will love for years to come.

    Explearn Toys stimulate children through every stage of development cycle and help develop their natural abilities.

    All Explearn Toys meet or exceed all U.S. Toy Testing standards. Conforms to the safety requirements of ASTM F963.

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Stacking train blocks

I like the quality of these blocks. I have taught preschool for over 26 years, and I feel that this will last for years to come.

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Well made product

This is a well made product. Kids love playing with !

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Stacking train blocks

I like the quality of these blocks. I have taught preschool for over 26 years, and I feel that this will last for years to come.

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V.A.
Well made product

This is a well made product. Kids love playing with !

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Learning

This is a great toy for learning and fun! This is more than a truck it is working the mind before you play!

Creativity

I am getting this for a one year to start to develop the enjoyment of being creative. I love the bold colors of the blocks with a few white!

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PS Stack and Sort Geometric Board (multi peg/shape)
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Love this! Kiddos really enjoy the shapes and manipulating the pieces.

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PS Stack and Sort Board Multisize
M.W.

Kids love this puzzle. They have been naming shapes while engaging in putting the shapes in order from largest to smallest.