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- 7.2 in L x 5.47 in W x 2.09 in H
- These six blocks feature added surprises to engage your child’s mind and keep them entertained.
- Made in Germany
- Designed to aid fine motor skills such as stacking and building
- as well as sensory perceptio
- Each block features a hidden surprise: Rattle.Push button. Mirror. Rotating Ball.Colored Plexiglass. Kaleidoscope.
Look cute but not very useful
My daughter rarely plays with these blocks. I think she doesn’t find them useful. I think they might fit better a 6-9 month old.
Love these Blocks
These blocks were the beginning of my love affair with HABA products. For a young baby they provide far more age appropriate education and fun than the average wood block, and they are of excellent quality. My daughter has thoroughly enjoyed exploring each unique block since she was 4 months old. Everyday she spends a good 15 minutes studying them, banging them, and knocking them over. This is by far one of my favorite toy purchases for her.
Overpriced and chipping all over….
I only buy toys made out of wood or other natural materials, and am painfully aware of the cost of doing so. Yet, I’d rather buy fewer quality toys than lots of plastic junk to trip over.Well the Haba discovery blocks are just too pricey and not durable at all. When I opened the box, I thought to myself – 30 dollars for THIS? To add insult to injury, my boy only was interested in the block with the bell. I read one of the reviews here pointing out the presence of arsenic in the bell (?). Had no time to research this claim, but hid the block with the bell anyway for peace of mind. Only a few weeks later, the corners of the blocks were all discolored from mouthing and chewing. I am hoping Haba paints are truly nutritious, or else my boy is in trouble. A year later, the blocks are rarely played with, and yet they look awful. Get some natural wooden blocks finished with beeswax (on Etsy perhaps), and pass on these. In fact, even painted Plan Toys or Maple Landmark toys hold on a lot better than Haba (and are cheaper).
Worth the price, great set.
I bought these with the HABA First Blocks set, and they are both great products. The quality is amazing, definitely worth the price. I will buy HABA again if I feel the need to add to my daughter’s block collection. My daughter was 9 months when I bought them, even though the recommended age was 12 months+. The blocks themselves aren’t small enough to be a choking hazard, but if any of the little objects fell out they could be. The blocks are so well made, though, that I sort of think they are going to last for many, many years.
Decent first blocks
Mainly the block with a jingle bell is the one he likes right now but maybe as he gets a bit bigger he will be into looking through the colored ones or playing with the more tactile ones, decent price plus the baby likes them.
Great for little ones and not so little ones
My 10 month old son loves the 3 of the cubes, the ones that can make som sound. The other 3, the visual ones he ignores because he is to young to get what they do and play with them. Still they are good to stack and trow around. I know that when he gets older he will enjoy all the cubes. They are great to discover sounds and images.
For some reason I thought they would be like regular size cubes for kids but they are so small!! well at least they fit in by baby’s hand lol… Other than that the quality is great: she love banging them around the wall and everything and they are still as new. Love them but for the price the size is a down 🙁
My son is eight months old. These have not held his interest as long as most of his other toys. For the cost, it isn’t such a great value. I’m hoping that he’ll grow to like them better.