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Fisher-price Brilliant Basics Baby's First Blocks
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Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Baby's First Blocks


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  • Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Baby's First Blocks available on May 17 2017 from Amazon for 6.60
  • Fisher-price Brilliant Basics Baby's First Blocks available on December 09 2016 from Newegg for 23.64
  • UPC bar code 270844367540 ξ1 registered November 09 2014
  • UPC bar code 270844367540 ξ2 registered December 09 2016
  • Product category is Home Baby
  • Manufacturered by Fisher-Price
  • K7167
  • # 9SIA2SN3GS9800
  • Product color is red

  • Product weight is 0.93 lbs.
Baby can sort and stack and learn to identify and match shapes Shape-sorting lid and 5 different shapes help build early identification skills 10 colorful blocks are easy to grasp, hold and store inside bucket Carry handle for take-along fun Interactive learning aid Ten bright blocks are ready to introduce baby to shape-sorting fun! Baby can drop blocks into the open bucket…or through the shape-sorting lid! Filling the bucket with blocks, dumping them out, and starting over is great for eye-hand coordination and other early skills. Then baby can move on to sorting and stacking, learning about identifying and matching shapes while having fun! All ten blocks fit inside the bucket, with a carry-handle for easy take-along.

References
    ^ (2007). Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Baby's First Blocks, Fisher-price. Amazon. (revised May 2017)
    ^ Fisher-price Brilliant Basics Baby's First Blocks, Mattel. Newegg. (revised Dec 2016)

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This shape sorter is great. I read the reviews before I bought it, and almost didn't get it because one or two said how loose the top was. I thought back to when my girls were little, and I got them the shape sorter ball from Tupperware. It had way more shapes to sort and a handle on each end that was used to open it. You held both handles and pulled, and it came apart in the middle. I learned more from it that the girls did. One, that was too many different shapes..
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