Wooden Ring Stacker
Wooden Ring Stacker
Materials: Walnut, Maple, Cherry, Nontoxic glue
The ring stacker is a classic toy that promotes hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and the ability to discriminate size. It is developmentally appropriate for children aged 12 months and up. At first, children enjoy simply placing the rings onto the post and progress to ordering by size over time.
Wood tones are created from the natural color of the wood--we do not use stains of any kind. Rather, our toys are all sealed with our beeswax and flaxseed oil sealant.
+Completely made in the USA in our home shop from American wood.
+Rings range in dimension from 1.75 inches to 4.25 inches with a base of 5.25 inches. Post is .75 inches in diameter.
+Overall height of 6 inches.
+Post is secured with nontoxic glue.
We have a 30-day return policy, which means you have 30 days after receiving your item to request a return.
To be eligible for a return, your item must be in the same condition that you received it, unused, with tags, and in its original packaging.
To start a return, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you a return shipping label, as well as instructions on how and where to send your package. Items sent back to us without first requesting a return will not be accepted.
We offer FREE Nationwide shipping in the Continental United States on all our products (NO CODE NEEDED) and we are now offering local delivery with FREE gift wrapping! Shipping times vary as many of our items are handmade by local merchants upon receiving your order, but we aim for 5-8 business days. Please read the individual product descriptions and don't hesitate to email us at ShopLindquistLane@gmail.com at any time and we can give you an update on your order's processing timeframe.
Our founder is an early childhood and elementary school teacher who is passionate about child development and brain based research on how kids learn, grow, and flourish!
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~ O. Fred Donaldson, Ph.D., play researcher