Discoveroo Windmill Stackeroo

from Discoveroo
RRP  £12.95
Discoveroo Windmill Stackeroo Toy

by motherandbaby |
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For a classic toy with a modern twist, the Windmill Stackeroo by Discoveroo is a great option. It’s made from natural materials; the rings and base are sustainable Plantation Beech Wood and the brightly coloured stacking rings are coloured with non-toxic paint.

Stacking the rings and then placing the spinning windmill piece on the top is conducive to hours of fun. The toy requires hand/eye coordination but is easy enough to use that tots won’t get frustrated. The wooden ‘stem’ is collapsible, preventing injury if a child were to fall on it, and it can also be made into a ‘wonky windmill’ – an imaginative deviation from the typical upright version.

The product is fairly small, so easy to put away and easy for tots to carry. Stacking toys are a dime a dozen but there’s nothing quite like the Windmill Stackeroo – inspiring fun and creativity, and encouraging thought and skill. A highly recommended product!

Product Information

Discoveroo Windmill Stackeroo Toy

Seven rings and the top one spins like a windmill

The rings have two holes so kids can learn about 3D

Made of sustainable Plantation Beech Wood and safe paints

Recommended for ages 18m+

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