Fisher-Price Rock A Stack


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  • Contents: A Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack with 5 colourful rings
  • This Fisher-Price toy introduces babies to sizes and stacking with 5 colourful rings. The perfect baby toy for learning grasping and stacking
  • With Fisher-Price baby toys, small children learn to stack in relative sizes and can bash the bottom of the baby stacker rings base ​to rock it back and forth
  • ​The top of the baby ring stacker has a shiny surface with rattling beads inside to help keep baby amused
  • ​​Sensory toys are a great way to help babies develop new skills
  • Looking for baby toys for 6 months and up? This fun-filled Fisher-Price baby gift set is a great choice, providing lots of activities for baby to enjoy at home or when out and about
  • Batteries Not Required
  • 6m+


Fisher-Price Rock A Stack

Fisher-Price Rock A Stack. At last…the ring to top them all. This Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack toy, made from plant-based materials*, offers classic stacking fun for babies. It features a wibbly-wobby rocker base and 5 colourful rings for little hands to grasp and stack. Stacking helps baby develop hand-eye coordination and introduces them to the concept of relative size as they learn to sort and stack from biggest to smallest! (*Toy made from a minimum of 90% ethanol extracted from sugar cane.) For babies ages 6 months and older.


Behind everything Fisher-Price make is their Play Lab. Since 1961, they have been inviting kids to come play. To press all the buttons, dump all the blocks, and also play with all the figures. And as they do, Fisher-Price childhood research experts, designers and engineers witness these brilliant young minds at work, taking what they learn and putting it into details and features that make each interaction with their toys as rewarding and F-U-N as possible!

Over 100,000 babies & preschoolers have also been tested over the years. Fisher-Price also talks to parents (over 1,800 every year), so they can hear & understand what works best for every family. And this real-life research makes real difference in the way they develop their toys