Baby Building Blocks Learning To Identify And Match Shapes
Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Baby’s First Blocks is a simple shape sorter designed for children six months to three years old. There are no fancy sounds or moving parts. It is what it says it is; a basic set of shape sorting blocks. Ten bright solid-colored blocks, two of each shape, come with a container with handle so baby can carry it around. This educational toy helps the youngest child classify by color and shape. Even before babies are ready to classify, they improve their hand-eye coordination by placing the baby building blocks in the container, dumping them out, then repeating the process.
Its simplicity is a welcome change from battery-operated toys that can overwhelm a child with lights and sounds. Some found this to be an advantage, as it is easy to take the toy along when traveling. A significant number of reviewers noted that the top does not snap in place, and children remove it using the container without sorting the shapes. The baby building blocks mentioned a warning for California residents that the toy contains chemicals known to be carcinogens.
Baby can sort and stack and learn to identify and match shapes. Filling the bucket with blocks and starting over is great for eye-hand coordination. Great for eye-hand coordination and other early skills. Ten bright blocks are ready for baby to drop into the open bucket or sorting lid. Interactive learning aid learning blocks.
Several parents mention that the baby building blocks is rather small. Number of reviewers noted that the top does not snap in place.
So What’s The Scoop?
Most reviewers say their babies love the baby building blocks, spending hours playing with the blocks. Several parents mention that the baby building blocks is rather small.