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Melissa & Doug Pound and Roll Tower

Melissa & Doug Pound and Roll Tower takes the pounding toy to new heights. Pound the four brightly colored balls through the holes then watch and listen as they roll down the ramps. Comes with a sturdy wooden hammer and a solid wood construction for durability.


Why You'll Love It: Brightly colored, smooth-sanded pieces help build early shape, color and size differentiation skills.

Age: 2 years and up

Features
  • Count the number of balls by asking a child to repeat each number
  • Made of wood with cotton laces
  • Includes 30 colorful beads and 2 extra-long laces
  • Wooden box stores all pieces neatly
  • Enhances vocabulary, recognition and motor skills
  • Sturdy wood construction
  • Exceptional quality and value

Product Notes

Popularity: #433 in Early Learning, #1709 in Toys & Books
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Melissa & DougPound and Roll Tower
 
3.0

(based on 6 reviews)

50%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable (5)
  • Engaging (4)
  • Fun (3)
  • Interactive (3)
  • Promotes learning (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Indoor (5)
    • Creative development (3)

    Reviewed by 6 customers

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    2.0

    Defective - green ball too small

    By LadyDiBella

    from New York, NY

    About Me First Time Parent

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    Pros

    • Colorful and Fun

    Cons

    • Defective

    Best Uses

    • Crawlers
    • Infants

    Comments about Pound and Roll Tower:

    I love the concept of this product, but the green ball is visibly smaller than the other 3. In fact, it falls directly through the hole without touching it.

    That said, I called M&D customer service, and they are sending me a new product, no questions asked, so hopefully the new one isn't defective. I didn't return to Diapers.com b/c I didn't feel like boxing up yet another defective item and wagging it to the UPS store.

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    5.0

    Love This

    By MissLiz

    from Illinois

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Engaging
    • Fun
    • Interactive
    • Promotes Learning

    Cons

    • Use one on one

    Best Uses

    • Creative Development
    • Imaginative Play
    • Indoor

    Comments about Pound and Roll Tower:

    I really liked this. Very exciting for my little guy but it takes some strength. Make sure your little one can hit a ball with some strength otherwise you will have to do it half way to get them started. Still very worth it. plus I would rather it was on the harder side because we had a peg board that let the pegs slide through. That was a poor design. This toy is also built well and is very sturdy. It has taken a beating and still going strong.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    4.0

    Both my kids love this

    By CeeCoxyLA

    from LA, CA

    About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children

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    Pros

    • Durable
    • Engaging
    • Fun
    • Interactive
    • Promotes Learning

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Creative Development
      • Group Activity
      • Imaginative Play
      • Indoor

      Comments about Pound and Roll Tower:

      My brother sent this to my first daughter when she was 1. She had no idea what to do with it but she liked watching others pound the balls through. I thought the idea of giving a wooden mallet to a baby/toddler was *BAD* but so far I haven't had trouble with it safety-wise. Now our kids are almost 1 and almost 3 and they still play with it almost every day! They love rolling the balls around their room and watching us hit the balls through the holes. My older daughter hits them through with her hand. THey really don't use the mallet (so far). I thought this was kind of lame at first but now I think it's a great gift and well made. I totally recommend it! (PS also teaches cause & effect etc.)

      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

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      1.0

      Lethal Weapon

      By GRMA

      from Sausalito, CA

      About Me Grandparent

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      Pros

      • Durable

      Cons

      • Unsafe Features

      Best Uses

      • Indoor

      Comments about Pound and Roll Tower:

      Discovered that even at 17 months these became lethal weapons when thrown. We have 3 17 month grandchildren and they love to pound on workbench pegs, musical pegs but these balls where just the right size for little hands to pick up and throw. So had to put away for one on one play, not very practical.

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      • Yes

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      5.0

      Great Toy

      By Moxie Mommy

      from USA

      About Me First Time Parent

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Engaging
      • Fun
      • Interactive
      • Promotes Learning

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Creative Development
        • Indoor

        Comments about Pound and Roll Tower:

        The company suggests that users be 2 years old for this toy but my 13 month old picked it up easily. After a few uses the holes loosened up a bit and she gets the balls through in a few whacks now. Great for hand-eye coordination and learning colors and cause and effect. This toy will last a long time and gets played with almost everyday.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

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        1.0

        too difficult to use

        By Mina

        from Richmond, CA

        About Me Working Parent

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Engaging

        Cons

        • Difficult to use

        Best Uses

        • Indoor

        Comments about Pound and Roll Tower:

        I bought this toy thinking that it would be simple enough for my 19 month old to use. However, the adults even find it difficult to hammer the ball through the hole because it is so tight. You really need to hit the balls hard with the hammer, and even then it takes a few strikes before the ball will "fall" through the hole.

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