Baby/New Mom

Toy Tuesday: Organic and Wooden Stacking Ring Toys

February 19, 2013

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From baby to toddler, stacking toys offer several educational benefits including hand-eye coordination, problem solving skills, and color/size/shape recognition. When baby is under 1, she will develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills as she attempts to pick up the various rings and place them on the center rod. Baby learns important problem solving skills as she sorts and stacks the rings. Help her learn color, shape, and size recognition of the rings by stating each color as you stack the rings in the correct way. Find below some great non-toxic wooden and organic stacking rings.

Plan Toys Stacking Ring


This classic toy just got better — stack the rings in different ways to make various patterns. With this Plan Toys Stacking Ring, your little one can flip the rings upside down to add even more variety. Rod is bendable at base for added safety.

Hape Stack & Swivel Clown


Your child will have hours of fun stacking and unstacking with the Hape Stack and Swivel Clown. This friendly clown is made up of stacking rings on a natural wood swivel base, and boasts bright, stimulating colors.

Wonderworld New Stacking Rings


*Multi-colored graduated stacking rings
*Six rings and one topping ball (3.5″ x 3.5″ x 7.3″)
*Wooden base stand
*Made from rubberwood, non-toxic water based paints as well as biodegradable fabrics

Rainbow Stacker


Little ones can learn their colors as they develop hand-eye coordination, all in one convenient, handmade stacking package. Simple, classic design and heirloom quality make this a toy that can be passed along from generation to generation.

*Handmade in Germany By Grimm’s, who believe creativity develops the imagination and free spirit
*Design is Waldorf School inspired
*Includes ten wooden rings and base
*Wood colored with nontoxic, water-based dyes

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