With so many options out there, what are some of the best kinds of gear to add to your baby registry? Toy Insider Senior Editor Marissa DiBartolo stopped by PIX 11 in New York to talk about the best baby gear for parents. For more on the products featured in this segment, check out the product info below.
The fun and colorful Farm Stacker introduces baby to animal names and sounds, shapes, numbers and letters in both English and Spanish. It comes with three stackable colored pieces, each with an instrument and a cut-out shape, plus a windmill top that spins.
When toddlers stack each piece onto the base, they will see an animal friend peek through the shape’s window and hear fun sounds. Each stacked piece triggers sayings and sounds for the pictured animal, an instrument, or a shape.
In Quiz mode, baby is asked to stack a specific color, shape or instrument. Once all pieces are placed on top of one another, baby can also listen to educational nursery rhymes. Farm Stacker is perfect for developing fine motor skills.
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