The stacker can be introduced to a child at around 12 months of age and be used for as long as the child shows interest. The Montessori inspired stacker has three discs, which help the child understand the concept of small, medium and large. Each disc is made of a different wood type (Teak, Ivory and Neem) in order to produce contrasting wood tones. This contrast emphasizes the order of the discs for the child.
The child initially is able to practice his skills by placing the discs on the dowel and gradually learns the concept of putting the discs in the correct order.
The stacker helps the child practice different finger grasps and also develops a sense of order. The stacker also helps in enhancing your child’s fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and concentration.