From Claire Stanley of Kamas, Utah on 3/30/2014.
Loved it! Hoowever, there is nothing wrong with making it a little more interesting. For instance, i have an old tree house with two ball drops that take different paths. More visual stimulation means more neural growth in left and right brain areas.
From Anonymous of Denver, Colorado on 11/3/2013.
We have a visually impaired daughter and this toy is great!! She loves to play with it, at first listening to the balls drop down, then putting the balls in, and now she drops the balls in and watches them all the way as they roll down the tracks. Love this toy! Thank you TAG TOYS!
From Tere Obrochta of Anchorage, Alaska on 9/23/2013.
The children are truly enjoying this tracker, it is one of the favorite activities in our toddler program. It is well made and the size allows for gross motor movement as well as fine motor.
From K.A.B of McKinney, Texas on 8/26/2013.
This lesson was beautifully made and is very durable. This is my favorite lesson in the classroom, as well as my students. We LOVE THE AMAZING TRACKER!
From Anonymous of Fort Wayne, Indiana on 6/4/2013.
This is excellent. I bought this for my daughter about a year ago, and it is still a favorite. My son, who is turning 1, loves it. It is sturdy enough he can stand on it to balance while he puts the balls in the hole. The balls are perfect for his little hands. My daughter likes to race with her dad to see how many she can get in the hole. This was well worth the price investment!
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