Haba Palette of Pegs
Loved by occupational therapists, parents, and children alike, Palette of Pegs will develop and strengthen visual perception skills, eye-hand coordination, and fine motor skills, including the pincer grasp. It‘s such an amazing workout for little hands! With its rainbow of colors, Palette of Pegs is one of the most versatile pegboards for toddlers. Use it to develop color recognition, sorting, and sequencing skills. Match the ring to the peg or go color-crazy. Then try stacking the pegs with the rings — can the stacked rings keep it stable? Heirloom-quality Palette of Pegs‘ brilliant colors come from solvent-free paints, so there is never any worry when toys wander from hand to mouth. Made from natural beech wood.
Made In: China
Age Recommendation: 2-6 years
review by Cosmic Montessori School
”Are these toys made out of sunshine and magic? Probably not. But maybe because that’s how much fun we had during playtime today.”Read the Review
review by Roads to Everywhere
”Ella, of course, just thought it was fun. She didn’t realize we were working on her fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, sorting, visual discrimination, and color recognition.”Read the Review
review by Hopkins Homeschool
”This is a toy that we are playing with daily. This is something that can teach in so many ways...”Read the Review
Bought this for my 3 yo and she makes different patterns just to dump it and start over. My 5yo also loves to play with it.
The colors on this item are wonderfully vibrant. My child loves to stick the pegs in and then dump the whole board over and start again. He's not quite ready for the rings yet, but I love that it'll grow with him and bring joy later on. We do have to be careful with it though as it is definitely a choking hazzard and he loves to stick stuff in his mouth still. Basically use only with supervision.
Beautiful and high quality! Our library has one of these that I loved playing with our older daughter and forgot about until I saw this here. Excited to have one of our own.
Both my three year old and one year old
Like this. I keep it super are from he toy box to not lose the pieces and to keep it special. I try not to direct their play with it and they both play with it I’m different ways and both enjoy it
Very beautiful toy and such a good quality!