Sassy Stacks of Circles Stacking Ring STEM Learning Toy, Age 6+ Months, Multi, 9 Piece Set Toys & Games

(10 customer reviews)


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Brand Sassy
Manufacturer Minimum Age 6.0
Material Plastic
Color Multi
Educational Objective Hand-Eye Coordination, Sorting Skills, Motor Skills, STEM
Number of Pieces 9
Straight post accepts different sized rings, strengthening hand-eye coordination
Chunky rings make it easy for baby to grasp, strengthening fine motor skills


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Stacking rings has never been more fun with the Stacks of Circles! The center of each ring is the same size, allowing it to be stacked in any direction for frustration-free play. The Stacks of Circles promotes early STEM learning by teaching a child about sorting, size, sequencing and building.

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10 reviews for Sassy Stacks of Circles Stacking Ring STEM Learning Toy, Age 6+ Months, Multi, 9 Piece Set Toys & Games

  1. Nik and Heather

    This cute toy is perfect for high chair fun. He likes chewing them and throwing them but not stacking haha he is 7months old and has been playing with it since he was 5 months.

  2. Dancin’ Heavy

    This is a great toy for my infant granddaughter. The rings are different thicknesses as well as sizes so she can grab and teethe on them.

  3. Elliot’s Essentials LLC

    The nursery at our church has this in their toy bin and my 1 year old loves it so I got one for home. I had a much larger version for my eldest when he was a tot and I find this one to be much easier to handle. This is the perfect size for fine motor development. The rings are different sizes, color patterns and textures. They can go on in any order which I love. The other version has a slanted base and the rings must be placed in order to fit. This is one of my favorite toys. Points for style, size and sensory.

  4. Amazon Customer

    My 7 month old loves these! Each ring is designed differently from teething to texture to rattlers! It was a bit smaller than expected but honestly it is the perfect size for my little one! Worth every penny!

  5. Lu

    My baby is more into the actual part that you use to stack the rings on than the actual rings, but still plays with them (got this when she was 6 mos). There is a part on the “pole” where the plastic is sealed at the top of the orange part. Be careful if you have a teething baby as this part can cut baby’s gums if they rub their gums on it hard enough. With that said, it’s not a good teething toy unless baby is chewing on the rings, but I’m sure your baby will enjoy it.

  6. Willamina

    My daughter really enjoys this toy. Of all the toys I’ve bought her over her 9 months of life this one has been her favorite. (And they match the fun house aesthetic I’m goin for in her room)

  7. Chrissy

    My daughter is loving these ! They end up all over the house and in her mouth but here shortly I think she will start to stack them

  8. Elizabeth

    I bought these for my 7 month old grandbaby. They’re definitely age appropriate. The different textures are great for tactile stimulation and teething. The stacking feature would be appropriate in another month or so. Awesome toy for this age!

  9. Carmen Lewis

    It’s a classic for a reason! Our 10-month-old loves this toy better than most of her others – even the flashy battery-powered ones! She taps the rings together, uses them as teethers, dumps the stack, and is finally figuring out how to stack the rings. Overall a great toy to teach cause and effect + problem-solving. My only issue is that the stacking portion of the toy is so light that it falls over if there are not a couple of the bigger rings threaded to stabilize the base, which was a little frustrating to my daughter when she was trying to learn how to stack. It was not a big enough issue to deduct a star over, however.

  10. Monika Lobbell

    My 7 month old son’s favorite activity with toys that come together like this is taking them apart. Stacking cups? It’s a race between me stacking them and him knocking them down. Shape sorting box? I can get maybe three of them in before he rips the lid off and spills the pieces everywhere. And this stacker? Forget it! His favorite part is the middle stack part, he loves taking all the rings off and using the middle part to swing around and bang on the floor or other toys. He loves chewing on the rings, too. I thought he’d be really interested in the fourth ring, the clear one with the beads inside, but he doesn’t really care for that one over all the rest. Overall a great toy and gets used daily in our house.

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