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This game puts a twist on the classic game of Jenga. Instead of removing any wooden block, this game involves a colored die that determines which colored piece needs to be removed. Each layer of the tower is created by six wooden columns and one disc level. As pieces are removed, they are placed on top to create new levels. This is a wonderful family game that can be played with two or more players ages 3 and up and it helps develop hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, color recognition and visual-spatial skills.
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In this game, children roll a die that has a different color on each side. The color rolled corresponds to the colored block they must stack on the crescent moon, which will tilt from side to side when unbalanced. This game is great for reinforcing color recognition, and building hand-eye coordination and logical thinking as kids learn about balance and creating equilibrium. Designed for kids ages 3 and up, this game can be played with nearly any number of players so kids can bond and learn about taking turns.
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Jenga has been a classic for years, and it is not hard to see why. While the gameplay may seem simple enough, it can take quite a bit of skill and strategy (as well as a fair amount of luck) to avoid making the Jenga tower come crashing down. The classic Jenga tower comes with 54 wooden blocks. Working to pull the blocks from the tower and place them on top is a great way to help children develop coordination, fine motor skills and concentration. This game is recommended for children ages 8 and up.
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The colorful, cute critters in Animal Upon Animal make it a charming stacking game for younger children. With a roll of the dice, players find out how many animals they have to place onto the pile. As the game progresses, the pile gets more and more wobbly. In turn, children have more opportunities to practice hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills as they attempt to place their animals on the growing pile. This game is recommended for children ages 4 and up.
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There are countless games for kids to play with these stacking cups. Challenges include everything from building a basic pyramid to making a tower or box. The 20 game cards offer pictures showing children how to build each creation along with written instructions to help them stack their cups correctly. The cups themselves are sturdy and solid. This game is recommended for children ages 5 and up.
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The Clack! Kids Magnetic Stacking Game combines color and symbol-matching with stacking. Children roll a pair of dice that feature symbols such as lightning bolts, footprints and stars, as well as colors. They use these symbols and colors to make a match with the magnetic discs. This is a great way to help children build color recognition and learn to recognize patterns. Keeping score is simple as children only need to identify who has the tallest tower. This option is recommended for children ages 5 and up.
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Intock Magnetic Blocks are a unique option among building blocks in that the pieces are held together by magnets. Because of this, children can stack them together in many different ways. The size of the blocks is perfect for smaller hands, making them comfortable to build with and hold. Working with the blocks is great for the development of fine motor skills and creativity. These blocks are recommended for children ages 3 and older.
Stacking toys are great for children as they develop. These toys can help children from 6 months to 8 years old. These fairly simple toys come loaded with great early learning skills. They help children learn their colors, shapes and sizes, and how to follow simple directions. Stacking toys are great when children are struggling with fine motor skills or hand-eye coordination. These toys also help children with spatial awareness and language concepts such as “under,” “below,” “on top,” “smallest” and “biggest.” Stacking toys are great for helping with problem-solving and creative skills. What a great way to learn as you are playing.