Manhattan Toy Wooden Developmental Sensory Table

Last updated: July 21, 2022


The appealing look of this sensory table is made to attract even the most distractable kids. The many nooks and crannies promote logical thinking, object permanence and other skills. The low height makes it ideal for younger children.

We looked at the top Sensory Tables and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Sensory Table you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: Younger kids will find plenty to do in this miniature playground.

In our analysis of 50 expert reviews, the Manhattan Toy Wooden Developmental Sensory Table placed 9th when we looked at the top 14 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Hands-on learning fun: The tree top adventure wooden toddler toy is packed full of motor skill activities. Your little one won’t even know they’re practicing their fine and gross motor skills as they investigate all of the features offered by this tree-themed activity center.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

With a tree theme, it’s divided into four quadrants and adorned with adorable illustrations, sliding beads and blocks, and other activities to stimulate their imagination and senses without the need for batteries or electricity.
Each of the four quadrants of the tree offers different fun activities your toddler will enjoy.
There are 6 animals designed to glide across the toy. The frog, ladybird, bear, snail, bee, and monkey are beautifully colored and look just like in the cartoons.
Lots of entertainment for the little ones, big enough to share, helps develop hand-eye coordination
It stands at 22 inches high by 18 inches wide, and the sturdy construction makes this activity cube great for an activity room or nursery room.
- Ah Joo
It’s covered with beads, gliders, flaps and more to help develop their fine motor skills.
With so many things to touch and see, babies from 9 months and up should find plenty to keep them busy while you wash the dishes or actually eat some food (beside your baby’s leftover bananas and cheerios).
These sections also seem to encourage side-by-side play, and several reviewers commented that they were thrilled that kids ages 1-5 really did have fun playing with this together.

What reviewers didn't like

This product will need to be assembled once you get it.
Expensive
You'll need to assemble the activity center, and a few customers complained of missing screws
Assembly is quite a chore
- Ah Joo
Do not let crawlers pull themselves up on this table, since it’s a bit top heavy and may topple on them.
It’s pricier than some of the others.
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