One of the products we've always wanted to come out with was the rainbow stacker. I am so excited to share with you our all natural rainbow stacker made out of three different hardwoods: Walnut, Cherry, and Maple. Everything we do here at Jack and Link is all natural and organic. We do not use any paints, stains, or dyes so it was important for us to pick naturally beautiful wood that would season and deepen in color with age.
Here's the breakdown:
All our products have personalization as an option and the rainbow stacker is no different. Wooden toys are special and very different from the plastic toys. Wooden toys are keepsake items and can be passed down from generation to generation. As the recipient of wooden toys that have been down from 5 generations, I cannot begin to explain the tremendous sentimental value and joy I get passing a toy that I once played with a child, to my children.
So how to do you play with a rainbow stacker? You can:
Would you like to see a product demonstration? For reference, Jackson is 5 years old and I love this video because you can easily tell what goes on in the mind of a 5 year old as he stacks it back into a rainbow. You can see him doing a quick size comparison, problem solving, utilizing fine motor skills, balancing, and doing pattern recognition:
So besides the rainbow stacker being a beautiful wooden toy, what are the major areas of development that this toy works on? Here are the benefits and important major areas in development that children exercise when playing with the rainbow stacker:
That's it for today guys! I'll leave you with a few pictures and don't forget to comment below. I LOVE hearing from you all!
Bye for now!
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