|boxes and number blocks used for stacking.|
Materials for STACKING and engaging young children.
|flat stack of rectangle blocks.|
|different size and shaped blocks, stacked in a tower design.|
|group work to create this balanced tower of alphabet boxes.|
|snap blocks stacked high, with extra at base for balance.|
|classic materials for young child to restack, restack, restack.|
|wood blocks stacked for this dinosaur look-out tower!|
|tree parts to stack and stack with larger base at bottom.|
Different ways to think about size, color, balance.
Different ways to think.
|complex stacking, balancing, stacking.|
|varied materials for stacking and designing - visual interest and whimsy.|
|magnetic stacks, piece by piece, part by part, higher and higher.|
|cones, cube blocks, and tubes are stacked as two boys continue their play.|
Different ways to think about working alone, with a friend or with a group.
Different ways to think about quantity, geometry, symmetry.
|cube blocks stacked in a complex tower on a mirrored base.|
|kapla blocks stacked in four tall stacks, with bears atop.|
|magnets stacked to stay together in one line.|
|patterns, colors, shapes and sizes all in one game.|
|this kind of stacking is no accident - wow.|
|hmmm, stacking curved items within themselves? impressive.|