B Kids Bugs Stacker Review

Disclaimer: I received a free product for my post! These views are my own and were not 
at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity..

B Kids Bug StackerI love finding new toys that help my kids develop different skills. One of my most recent discoveries is the Rolling’n Blinking Bugs Stacker from B Kids. Not only does this fun stacker light up and play music, but also it helps kids fine-tune hand-eye coordination and size order. This toy has exciting, bright colors and comes with three cute, smiley little bugs, one IMG_5031mushroom, and two balls, one of which has a flashing light. Kids can stack up the bugs in any order–smallest to largest, largest to smallest or even mix-match–and drop the ball through the middle from top to bottom. The motion of the ball rolling through the center triggers playful music. The light-up ball is extra fun for later in the evening when the house isn’t so bright.

The B Kids Bug Stacker is for ages 12 months + but my 3-year-old tested it out since his little brother is still too young for it. He had a lot of fun with the stacker even though he is a lot older than it is meant for. He tried rolling the ball through on different surfaces to see what happened when the ball came through. It would roll IMG_5032off the table and bounce a little when he tried it on the table and it wouldn’t roll very far when he tried it on the carpet. Such a great learning opportunity! He also enjoyed stacking and un-stacking the bugs in different orders. I know this will be a great toys for my two boys to play with together when my littlest is big enough for it.

You can purchase the Rolling’n Blinking Bug Stacker for $25 on the B Kids website HERE. I am not sure when it expires, but right now you can enter “artscrackers” coupon code for 10% off your order. You can also get free shipping on your orders right now for a limited period of time.

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