Awards

Stapelstein is excellent

Stapelstein is the proud bearer of independent quality seals, such as the "spiel gut" seal. and the "Bewegte Innovation" seal. In addition, Stapelstein has been recognised as "particularly conducive to development". The awards are granted through critical testing procedures and are intended to be a guide when buying play and movement materials to find the right one for one's own child. Stapelsteine have been tried and tested by children and found to be particularly suitable by experts.

Stapelstein spiel gut seal

Play well seal

"Good toys support children's development by stimulating their imagination instead of constricting it, by not disappointing expectations, and by offering both diverse and continuous play opportunities. In addition, good toys are environmentally friendly, safe and correspond to the purpose of play in terms of their durability and lifespan. spiel gut award-winning toys fulfil these and other criteria."

Stapelstein Seal Particularly conducive to development

Especially developmental

"The Stapelstein is a multifunctional product that is easy to handle, picks up on children's joy of movement and enables a variety of social-communicative and creative activities."

Stapelstein Moving Innovation Seal

Innovation on the move

"The movement device is original, makes people want to move and can be used intuitively. It allows easy access and at the same time gives the opportunity to deepen motor skills. It offers variation possibilities and promotes additional competences outside of motor skills."

We are awarded with IDEENSTARK

Stapelstein Founders Hannah and Stephan
Imaginative Logo

We have been awarded! - We are proud to announce that we are award winners of IDEENSTARK, the competition for innovative business ideas from the creative industry. We are looking forward to an exciting year with the IDEENSTARKEN funding programme, workshops, networking and much more.

In these special times, good, innovative and sustainable ideas and business concepts are more in demand than ever. With IDEENSTARK, MFG - supported by the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts and the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labour and Housing Baden-Württemberg - awards impulse-givers, innovators and dissidents from the southwest for their innovative business ideas.

Information on our awards

Who has tested?

The Working Committee on Child's Play + Toys e.V.

What was tested?

Stapelsteine & Balance Boards

When was the test carried out?

2020

Which criteria were tested?

  • Do the toys support children's development?
  • Do the toys stimulate children's imagination?
  • Does the toy meet children's expectations by not disappointing their expectations and by providing both diverse and ongoing play opportunities?
  • Is the toy environmentally friendly?
  • Is the toy safe?
  • Does the toy's durability and lifespan correspond to the purpose of the play?

Further information

Awards for our products on the Spiel gut website

Who has tested?

Federal Working Group for Posture and Movement Promotion e.V.

What was tested?

Stapelsteine

When was the test carried out?

2019

Which criteria were tested?

  • The evaluation of the product focuses on its developmental stimulating effect with regard to the following criteria:
  • Basic concept and implementation
  • Motor requirement profile and learning opportunities
  • Play idea, play value and sustainability
  • Design and safety
  • Self-activity
  • The practical application by the children is the focus of the assessment.

Further information

BAG Expert opinion for the Stapelstein

Who has tested?

Institute for Movement Education and Movement Research (InBuB) - Prof. Dr Harald Lange

What was tested?

The Stapelstein

When was the test carried out?

2019

What criteria were tested?
The toy/movement device should...

  • be original
  • Make you want to move.
  • be manageable and understandable and have comprehensible instructions for use
  • allow easy (close) access and
  • at the same time offer opportunities for deepening
  • Offer variation possibilities
  • Promote learning opportunities beyond motor skills

Further information