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NooBoo Symphonic Stacker

NooBoo Symphonic Stacker NooBoo Symphonic Stacker is an engaging and multi award-winning stacking toy. It has four colorful, stacking ’rings’ which go over a soft post and stand. The rings are an organic shape, which look a little like flowers.

Every baby needs a stacking toy. Developing hand eye coordination is a crucial skill for the baby’s first year and stacking rings are perfect for perfecting this. This type of toy has been around for a long time; because babies love playing with them!

The rings and stand are covered with soft, textured and colorful material. These rings are soft and safe. Each is made in a combination of patterns; featuring spots, stripes and spirals. This is fun for baby to look at and hold.

As each ring is placed over the post, during both stacking and unstacking, a different sound is activated. There are four sounds to experience, and these help teach baby cause and effect and the baby is rewarded for their efforts.

A great learning toy which encourages fine motor skills, stacking, sequencing, problem solving and color recognition.

This is a high quality toy. You can, of course, buy much cheaper stacking rings. What makes this one special is it is beautiful to look at, it works well for tiny hands and the sounds are nice. It would make a make a wonderful display item when not in play.

The battery is also included. A nice touch.

Why is NooBoo Symphonic Stacker a learning toy? Helps color and shape recognition. Sequencing, stacking in order of size. The music rewards the baby and teaches cause and effect. Problem solving is encouraged, e.g. baby works out how to make that sound again? First baby can watch you playing with the toy and then they can model your actions.


  • Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum
  • National Parenting Publications Awards Gold Award Infant/Toddler
  • National Association for Gifted Children Holiday Educational Toy List
  • Creative Child’s Preferred Choice Award baby category
  • Canadian Toy Testing Council 1-Star Award

Age group

9 months +


baby learning toys Amazon reviews:

"Fun. Started off as tactile and chew toys at 6 months (very sturdy--tags are great too), now at 11 months my baby is into the sound/stacking aspect. Fun colors, bright, well-constructed. Also the noises are different than most baby toys for kids this age, which makes this toy stand out in her pile of beep-and-blink plastic toys. A nice hybrid between a hip concerned parent educational toy and the fun noisy plastic stuff with bells and whistles."

Amazon rating

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5 Stars.


See the Nooboo Symphonic Stacker
toy on YouTube.


  • Stacker comprises of four rings and a stand
  • Measures 9" x 8" x 8"
  • Battery included

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