First-Price Baby's First Block

Parents know that the sooner they can get their children interested in recognizing colors and shapes, the further ahead their children will be when they start going to school. The Fisher-Price Baby's First Blocks is not a game that children should be playing by themselves. This is an interactive learning toy that gives parents the chance to start teaching their children at a very young age.

This is a simple toy that uses shapes and colors to get children interested in playing. It is the kind of toy that parents want their children to enjoy, and it can also double as a carrying case for some of your child's smaller toys. There are no lights or sounds built into this toy, but that does not take away from its educational and developmental value to your children.



Basic Features of the Fisher-Price Baby's First Blocks

Fisher-Price Baby's First Blocks comes with a rectangular bucket that has a specially designed top and a carrying handle. The top has 5 designs cut into it that match the 10 blocks that come with the toy.

There are two blocks included in the packaging for every design, which helps to keep the learning going when your child is on a roll. Each block shape has a different color, which gives parents another option when they are playing with this toy with their child.

The top comes off of the bucket to allow parents and children to easily retrieve the blocks. If your child has smaller toys they like to play with, then there is a little extra room inside the bucket for those smaller toys. This developmental toy does not have any electronic features to distract from the toy's purpose. The Fisher-Price Baby's First Blocks is all about learning, and it can help to keep your child occupied for hours.


The retail price for the Fisher-Price Baby's First Blocks is $9.99, which does not take into account the shipping costs and applicable sales tax your retailer may add to the transaction. The manufacturer recommends this toy for an age range of six months to three years old.



Detailed Features of the Fisher-Price Baby's First Blocks

Fisher-Price Baby's First Blocks is a simple toy with a simple design. Its interactive features include:

  • A rectangular bucket with a carrying handle
  • A top for the bucket with five shapes cut into it
  • Two sets of five blocks that are designed to fit into each of the holes in the top of the bucket (total of 10 blocks)
  • The top of the bucket can easily be removed and replaced

Aside from a decal on the front of the bucket that gives the toy's name and has some animal cartoons on it, there are no features on this toy that are just for show. The toy has no electronic features, and there are no interactive features on the blocks themselves.

This toy is extremely lightweight, which makes it easy to carry for children and parents. While there is no initial assembly required to get your child started with this toy, there are ongoing adjustments necessary that involve removing and replacing the top of the bucket to retrieve the blocks.



Products Similar?

If blocks are not your child's preference, then try the Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack. With this toy, your child has to line up a series of rings on a pole arranged by size. Each of the rings are different colors, just like the blocks with Baby's First Blocks, which allows parents to teach their children to separate colors. The base of the Rock-a-Stack rocks back and forth to give the toy movement and to help keep your child engaged in learning.


For something just a bit more advanced, Infantino offers their Squeeze and Stack Block Set. This is a set of blocks that are all the same size, but different colors. Each block has a number, an animal, a set of dots and a letter on each side to give parents options on how they want their child to stack the blocks.


Teaching children to separate shapes and colors early in their lives is very important in their development. The Fisher-Price Baby's First Blocks is the ideal way for parents to turn learning shapes and colors into a fun game for their children.


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