Complete fun. We’ve stacked them pretty high, but enjoy just as much using them as characters that have marvelous conversations with each other. They also have made pretty good passengers on our Thomas wooden train set. Nicely made from wood rather than plastic, and painted on both sides, our two kids have enjoyed these little animals for many, many, hours.
These are high-quality wooden toys that appear to be hand-painted. The animals are super cute and it's fun for children and adults alike to try to stack them on one another. Our 9-month old loves playing with them while he stands next to our coffee table, and we use them as an opportunity to teach him about the names of animals and the sounds they make. He gets a lot of joy out of playing with them, even if he mostly bangs them on the table or throws them at this point. If you're looking for a high-quality wooden toy (and find electronic/cheap plastic toys abhorrent), you can't go wrong with this set.
Our 18 month old loves these simple but durable little animal blocks. We leave them on a low window sill and he plays with them for long stretches. He arranges & stacks them & lines them up. I didn’t know if these were going to be popular with him but they certainly are! They lend themselves to creative & imaginative play which is exactly why I like them. Although he doesn’t have great speech skills yet he can identify every animal if you ask him to pick it out. Many ways to play with these little animal blocks & I highly recommend them!
My 3yr old nephew loves this game
Granddaughters (2-6yo) and family have fun challenging each other to stack the most, or have the most fun. It's a toss up who has the most fun. Lots of laughs.