That is a lovely collection of shape sorting toys. I often look for them in charity shops. As a child, I loved toys that light up; and toys where you put something in and it comes out again. I like educational toys too.
With simple baby toys, my caregiver challenges me to do them by feel, like children do in some nurseries. (I like to plead that I will keep my eyes closed, so that I can cheat and peep, but my caregiver knows this, brings out my special "no cheat" blindfold, and ties it really tightly over my eyes so I can't see at all; it's not fair! 😭) There's a game we play with this shape sorter. My caregiver tells me to unlock all the doors, and get the pieces out. The keys and locks have shapes which match the pieces that go in the sides, but getting it right is hard when I can't see a thing. When I've got them out, I have to lock all the doors again, while she hides the pieces on the floor somewhere in the room. I have to crawl and find them, and put them in the holes. Getting the ones in the top is tricky: they only go in if they're the right way up.
I don't have one, but I really want an activity wall like this one, and to be made to do it blindfolded.