|Product Dimensions||5.25 x 6.38 x 5.25 inches|
|Item model number||68013AM|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
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Battat Sound Puzzle Box
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|Educational Objective(s)||Construction Skills|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.25 x 6.38 x 5.25 inches|
|Item Weight||1 Pounds|
|Number of Pieces||25|
About this item
- Match each shape with the corresponding hole at the top of the puzzle and drop it in.
- Each shape makes its own unique sound as it slides to the bottom of the puzzle.
- Big, chunky pieces are perfect for little hands to grab.
- Sturdy plastic construction resists wear and stands up to hours of play.
- Recommended for ages 18 months and up.
- Battat is a family-owned toy manufacturer that is 114 years old and has been in North America for over 40 years.
- Every Battat toy has an educational value, whether it is didactic or nurturing, or collecting and creating worlds for children playing with them.
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The Battat Sound Puzzle Box develops hand-eye coordination and pattern matching skills with a fun puzzle game. Match each shape with the corresponding hole at the top of the puzzle and drop it in. Each shape makes its own unique sound as it slides to the bottom of the puzzle. Big, chunky pieces are perfect for little hands to grab. Sturdy plastic construction resists wear and stands up to hours of play. Recommended for ages 18 months and up.
From the Manufacturer
Our Battat sound puzzle box teaches your child to match the coordinating shape with the hole that it goes into. Imagine their excitement as the shape makes a sound as it slides through the tube. A great way to promote hand and eye coordination and to distinguish the difference between colors and shapes.
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Shape sorters like this one are fabulous for addressing visual performance and fine motor skills.
I love this shape sorter both in my professional work and with my own little one. Let me tell you why...
1. It has a smaller field size than many other shape sorters (i.e. it only has three shapes as opposed to the 6-12 many other similar products have). This feature makes it a great early shape sorter to help children understand the concept and access some success before transitioning to a more complex sorter.
2. When a piece is placed in the correct slot, it produces a silly (but not annoying) sound as it slides down to the bottom. This provides immediate feedback and reinforcement! With both my son and my students, I have found that this feature increases motivation to engage with the product, and more engagement means more learning. Learning should be fun, right?!
This simple toy does a great job of supporting early fine motor and visual performance skills (and can also be used to address shapes and colors). It’s a staple in my home and in my classrooms and therapy bag!
I have removed one star because, after a few months of use, one of the pieces in my son’s shape sorter stopped producing a sound when placed in the box. We still use and love the toy but would love it more if it continued to work completely properly.
I recommend his product for children in the 6-month to 2-year developmental range.
If you're willing to play with those odds, go for it. For me, it was worth the returns process as this toy is quite fun. OKAY it's not going to entertain your baby for hours - no toy does. But it is an educational toy, and baby has to do more than wave her hand to get an onslaught of lights and sounds and motion for entertainment. These kinds of toys are getting few and far between.
This toy can be used quite early. My current young'un is 8 months old. She cannot sort these by herself, but she likes to pick up the shapes and blow in them to make the kazoo-like sounds. She likes to play with the shaped beads on the base unit. And her siblings guide her hands to sort the shapes correctly. I like this toy because she actually has to DO something with this toy.
Incidentally, this toy was my hearing impaired daughter's favorite toy as a baby. She would take the shapes with her everywhere when she was crawling and toddling, so she could blow in them and get that buzzing kazoo-like sound. She didn't care for electronic sounds as much as this funny buzzing sound. Interesting.