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Beautiful wooden stacker for babies
Hand-made stacker with natural dyes
Stacker for babies teaches concepts like size and space.
Babies learn about space and sequencing through this wooden stacker
Stacker designed for small spaces.
As tall as a pen- size reference for Stacker

Kabby- gorgeous wooden stacking toy | Fine Motor & Cognitive Toy | 12m+

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Kabby' is a beautifully finished wooden stacker with 5 brightly coloured rings.

Kabby is the perfect first year gift that builds multiple skills- physical, cognitive and linguistic.

How to Play

This toy is intended for child-led exploration and free play. Here are some activity ideas:

    • Stack rings on the pole and experiment with size and order)
    • Turn the pole upside down and bring the rings down 
    • Pick up rings and put in place- this helps them practise grasp and release as well how to control the movement and position of their fingers.
    • Roll and spin the rings  
    • Take turns putting the rings.
    • Sit up to stack
    • Lie on your tummy and stack
    • Talk about sizes and comparisons.
    • Teach your child about sequencing.
    • Talk about different colors
    • Talk about opposites- top-bottom, big-small.

What your child learns

  • Builds Hand eye coordination and depth perception
  • Brings alive Early maths concepts: size, shape, counting
  • Boosts Spatial Awareness (under, over, top, bottom)
  • Improves fine motor skills
  • Helps with gross motor skills- balance and trunk control
  • Helps understand cause and effect

Dimensions (lxbxh) 75 x 75 x 125 mm

AGE GUIDANCE: 12 months+

MATERIALS USED: Natural wood with no chemical treatment, baby-safe natural dye.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Use a soft, damp cloth or wet wipe to clean. Let it dry to avoid risk of mold formation. 

Safety tested. Compliant with global safety standards (EN71)

This eco-friendly toy is manufactured at a Fair Trade organization in a small toy village of India (Channapatana) that provides livelihood to women artisans.