LUR Lauri 2444 Tall Stacker Peg & Pegboard Set P10482683LUR-TALL-STACKER https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/LUR/LUR-TALL-STACKER.jpg Lauri 2444 Tall Stacker Peg & Pegboard Set Manufacturer Part Number: 2444 10482683 700239024449 1.70lbs 1.50 8.50 12.50
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Lauri 2444 Tall-Stacker Peg & Pegboard Set

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Product Features
  • Includes 25 Tall-Stacker Pegs, Lauri Crepe Rubber 8" Pegboard, Activity Guide
  • Perfect beginning construction set for little hands because it's fun and educational; for ages 2 and up
  • Play & Learn: color sorting and matching, adding and subtracting, counting, fine motor skills
  • Place pegs in the 36-hole pegboard and build up and out!
  • Products that are great fun from children to adults
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Manufacturer Part Number: 2444

This set is perfect for young hands and minds. The 8" square Lauri crepe rubber pegboard has 36 holes, so kids can make lots of designs. And they will love to see how high they can stack the pegs.

Ages 2 & Up
Contents: 25 Tall-Stackers Pegs, Lauri Crepe Rubber Pegboard, Activity Guide

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Product FAQ
*WILL THE PEGS STAY IN IF YOU TURN THE BOARD OVER?
Yes, If they are pushed in all the way. It doesn't take much-- just an extra push down sometimes. My 16 month granddaughter had no problem.

*WOULD THESE PEGS FIT INTO A STANDARD PEGBOARD HOLE? IN OTHER WORDS... WHAT IS THE WIDTH OF THE PEG ITSELF?
I just measured a peg and the bottom has a diameter of 5/16". Hopes this helps. I have no other peg board games so I don't know if it will fit into anything else.

*ARE THE PEGS WOOD?
No, they are plastic.

*ARE THEY HARD TO STACK AND GET APART,THINKING ABOUT THESE FOR A PERSON THAT HAS LIMITED USE IN ONE HAND
No, they are relatively easy. They come apart by hitting them on the ground, too, so you wouldn't have to be able to use both hands.

*CAN YOU LACE THESE PEGS ON A STRING?
No. Only place on the mat. It is good practice for fine motor skills!

*IS THIS TOY COMPACT ENOUGH TO BE TAKEN ON AIRPLANES?
Yes I believe you can.

*WHERE WAS THIS PRODUCT PRODUCED? USA? CHINA? ELSEWHERE?
I looked it up. Lauri products are made in the usa..
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Customer Reviews
By Betty
Date Added: Friday 07 September, 2018
Fun to play with god size .
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By dkvarble
Date Added: Friday 07 September, 2018
Got these for my 3 year old for Christmas, it is now nearly April and he has only played with them a handful of times. They would be good for fine/gross motor skills if he were interested in playing with them.
Rating: [2 of 5 Stars!]
By Steve B
Date Added: Friday 07 September, 2018
These are great. My daughter loves playing with them and she loves the different designs she can make with the pegs. It is easy enough for my 2 1/2 year old, but challenging enough to keep her engaged.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By KDF
Date Added: Thursday 30 August, 2018
Bought this set for a gift after the first set I bought was for my 2 y/o twins and they LOVED them. They are easy for them to put together and pull apart without needing help from an adult. They like to stack them as tall as they can and watch the tower fall down, and they also like to stack them by sorting each color. Great for fine motor skills and a fun activity that doesn’t need batteries or make noise like most toys seem to do these days.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By A Customer
Date Added: Thursday 30 August, 2018
My 3-year-old nephew loves these!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Laura Anderson
Date Added: Wednesday 29 August, 2018
It is what it's supposed to be. My toddlers love them.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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