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The pegs on the bench go up and down, playing peekaboo on this solid wood pounding activity. Non-removable pegs take turns showing their smiles while your toddler has fun naming the colors and enjoys practicing fine motor skills. A sturdy mallet is included.

Customer Reviews

Know Thy Child–Be He Thor or Odin?

1,339 people found this helpful.
 on June 24, 2014
By Zalmorion the Fantastic
I am torn in reviewing this toy. Here’s why: The toy is definitely well-made, will not come apart, will not break unless subjected to massive violence. It definitely builds motor skills, hand-eye-coordination, and even thinking skills–as deciding which colors should be up or down or evenly matched in height requires some intricate choice and physical application. So, the toy is a great toy!

Love that pegs can’t get lost

128 people found this helpful.
 on May 17, 2011
By Susan S.
What I love about this toy is that the pegs aren’t removable, so they can’t get lost. The only piece your child could possibly lose would be the mallet. When you hammer a peg on one side down (for example, the yellow one), the peg on the opposite side of the bench moves up (in this case, the purple one). It’s very cute and fun for my three year-old. She’s delayed, so I would recommend it for a typically developing two year-old.

Best pound a peg I’ve seen yet

87 people found this helpful.
 on December 3, 2011
By AmandaH
I love this pound-a-peg toy! The pegs are permanently attached to the toy, making the toy last. If they were not attached, they would have been lost within a few days and the toy would not be usable. I have a 1 year old and a 2 year old so keeping track of small objects is not easy. We now only have to keep track of the pounder itself.

Pounding Bench

44 people found this helpful.
 on November 28, 2011
By Landa J. Malmberg
This was a gift for my one year old grand-son and he loves it and plays with it often. It is very durable – all made of good quality wood.

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