- A battery operated musical stacking and tumbling ball game.
- 5 colorful stackers, each with a clicking or rattling activity.
- 3 friendly rattling balls to drop down the center.
- Balls surprise with randomly exiting from one of the two openings.
- Soft crinkly wings flap as pass through.
- Flower funnel head with soft petals and crinkly wings.
- Develops gross and fine motor skills.
- Promotes eye-hand coordination and problem solving skills.
- Introduces children to cause & effect processes.
- Promotes tactile stimulation.
At around 9 months old, demonstrate your baby building up, pulling down and dunking balls. Pulling the stacker apart will be surprising and joyful for your baby, increasing the sense of control over his environment and the understanding of cause & effect. Accompany play by describing your actions – “I am building”, “this is a ball”, “all fall down”.
Are batteries included with the Stack Flap ‘N’ Tumble?
No. Batteries are not included.
Which batteries are needed to operate the Stack Flap ‘N’ Tumble?
3 X AA 1.5v Batteries.
How do I insert batteries?
To insert batteries, unscrew the battery compartment cover (located on the underside of the base unit) using a cross head screwdriver. Insert 3 X 1.5V AA batteries, ensuring correct polarity. Replace the cover and screw back tightly into place(see instructions – images 1&2).
Is there a specific order for stacking the blocks?
No. The blocks can be arranged in any number and order.
What activities are included on the side of the blocks?
The flower turns, The Butterfly can be moved up and down, and the ladybug can makes a ratchet turn.
What is the date code and where can I find it on the product?
The Yookidoo date code number helps us track the production date of the product. The date code of the Yookidoo Stack Flap ‘N’ Tumble is on the battery lid. It is a 5 digit number and ends with the 2 letters: LD.
The ball hit the base and didn’t make a sound:
1. Ensure correct polarity of the batteries.
2. Change batteries.
3. Contact us.