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  • Tall Stacker Mighty Monkeys
  • Tall Stacker Mighty Monkeys

Tall Stacker Mighty Monkeys

  • 4.5
  • Brand: Lauri
  • Item Number: 042-014
  • Recommended Age: 2 Year Old
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Total: $ 22.00
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Expected Delivery: 2-5 Days


It's a new twist on a favorite toy--why stack with just pegs when you can add colorful monkey pegs to the mix?

Kids will enjoy using their imagination to create their own Mighty Monkey formations and seeing how high they can stack the 2 5/8 monkeys! Each monkey's leg acts as a peg and can be used with all Lauri Tall-Stacker pegboards and pegs.

Contents: 25 Tall-Stacker Mighty Monkey Pegs (4 of Each Color), Lauri Crepe Rubber Pegboard with 36 Holes, Activity Guide

Why Our Experts Love It

Stacking toys can be boring for toddlers sometimes so make them more fun with this Mighty Monkey set

It'such a simple toy, but that'what we love about it. It will teach your toddler about counting; sorting and patterning skills and build fine motor skills and hand- eye coordination.

All that and more and oh did we mention they are the PERFECT size for little hands...that'great too!
  • This Tall Stacker Might Monkeys allows your little one to build tall, tower-like structures while developing his/her fine motor skills. Begin with all of the pegs out of the board. At first your child will work on fitting one monkey peg in each hole on the pegboard.
  • Next he/she will move on to stacking the monkey pegs on top of each other in random order
  • Sit with your child and sort the monkey pegs into groups by color. Your little one may begin to build towers of monkey pegs based on one color.
  • You can also develop your childs pre math skills b counting the monkey pegs of each color, or counting the pegs as they stack them on top of each other.
  • Work on following directions using quantity and color (give me 1 blue peg)
  • You can play a game with the pegboard by creating a pattern for the child and leaving off the last peg in the series. Ask your toddler which peg should be next in order. For example, if the pattern is red, blue, red, blue, red, the next peg would be blue. You can move on to more complex patterns as your child masters the game.
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards