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Tall-Stacker Pegs & Pegboard

    Tall-Stacker Pegs & Pegboard

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    Tall-Stacker Pegs & Pegboard

    From: $13.95
    SKU# TallStackerPegs&Pegboard

    This captivating set entertains while it builds essential fine-motor and math skills. Children simply love to stack these unbreakable plastic pegs.



    Kids will think they're just having fun with this educational toy. But, they'll be sorting, counting, adding, subtracting, and making colorful designs, too.

    These captivating sets entertain while it builds essential fine-motor and math skills.  Children simply love to stack these unbreakable plastic pegs.


    • Counting
    • Sorting
    • Adding
    • Matching
    • Subtracting
    • Making designs
    SKU# TallStackerPegs&Pegboard


    Tall-Stacker Pegs & Pegboard Specifications:

    • Ages 2+

    Small Set includes:

    • 8" square 25-hole Crepe Rubber pegboard
    • 25 Tall-Stacker Pegs (2-1/2" long)
    • Suggested activities

    Deluxe Set includes:

    • 11-1/2" square 100-hole Crepe Rubber pegboard
    • 50 Tall-Stacker Pegs (2-1/2" long)
    • Suggested activities
    • Safe and appropriate for 2 years and up.

    Additional Information

    WARNING - Choking Hazard - Not for children under age 2


    Customer Reviews 5 item(s)

    This is a great educational and fun toy. I bought it when my daughter was 14 months, because at the time she was really into pegs and putting things of the sort into holes, and of course she loves to stack. I thought this would be the perfect toy to keep her busy and her mind expanding while playing and learning. She absolutely loves to stack the pegs and fit them into the holes, even though that part was a little tricky for her at first. She is now 15 months old and pretty much has it down. Soon we will be stacking and sorting the pegs by color. It may not look like much, but someone took the time to design a toy/game for busy little minds, and knows what kids love! I wish there were more items of this sort; building, creating, etc. for young children - great job! Review by Bonnie Giangrande / (Posted on 8/26/2013)
    Which is the most interesting thing about this set right now for our 2 year old. He appreciates the patterns mom and dad make but for him, it is all about how tall he can stack the pegs. And they go pretty high without falling over, so he loves it and is content to play with it for surprisingly long periods of time. Also the pegs are easy for little fingers to manipulate which is a big plus. I look forward to him noticing and building patterns as he gets older. Review by S. Holland / (Posted on 8/26/2013)
    I bought this toy a year ago & my now son has played with it almost every day! I have seen his play progress from just stacking them, to sorting by color, to stacking as high as he could to making unique patterns. It is really quite amazing to watch. Review by A. Dorn / (Posted on 8/26/2013)
    I purchased this pegboard for my 2-year old son for Christmas, and honestly, I can't say enough good things about it. He LOVES it and plays with it EVERY DAY! My older son (age 9) also plays with it, and other children who have been over our house have enjoyed it as well. It's a very simple toy but you can do a lot with it -- sort by color, stack a really high tower, make small towers, etc. I would highly recommend this toy. Review by Lindsey / (Posted on 8/26/2013)
    I purchased this toy from an educational store looking for something to travel with and something without batteries. We bought it 2 months ago when my son was 14 months old and he liked it right away. It only took him several hours to figure out how to stack them. He plays with them every day and his color preferences are showing up while he plays with the pegs (he picks out all the orange ones first). He works both hands on his own when trying to stack the pegs. I think it has helped him in learning how to hold crayons. Overall it's a great toy and worth the money. I would definitely purchase it as a gift for other children as well. Our son gets very excited when I ask him if he wants to play with his pegs. :) Review by Unknown / (Posted on 8/26/2013)