Kids Adventure Jumbo Blocks Learner Set, 48-Pieces

Kids Adventure Jumbo Blocks Learner Set, 48-Pieces by Generic

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on 9-2-2018

Product Features
  • Age Range: 18 months and up
  • Includes 48 durable blocks
  • Helps develop eye-to-hand coordination

  • Item Description

    Kids' Adventure Jumbo Blocks Learner Set, 48 Pieces:
    • 48 pieces in every Kids' Adventure Blocks set
    • Made of durable polypropylene
    • Suitable for little hands to hold
    • Soft, rounded edges for safe play
    • Helps children to develop eye-to-hand coordination and motor skills
    • Blocks measure 8 inch x 4
    • Kids' building blocks can make all sorts of objects
    • Rich and beautiful coloration
    • Each piece stacks securely onto the others
    • Makes a fun group or solo activity
    • Fun for home, school, daycare or anywhere else that children gather

    What buyers are saying
    I purchased these for my 18 month old grandsons--after I discovered that we wanted more blocks than a smaller set contained--and built a fort they could enter standing. They had a ball climbing through openings, plastering their faces against windows and running in and out. The set is mostly larger bocks--7.5\"L, 3.5\"W and 3 inch deep--with smaller blocks 1/2 as wide. They go together easily and stay together well but are also easy to pull apart. They built a very sturdy fort and we were able to span openings to allow entry. There are a few clear plastic pieces we used for windows. They were difficult to see once installed, so we put stickers on them. Everyone, regardless of age--18 months to over 70--did some construction with them. We couldn't keep our hands off them. They are large and light enough for the 18 month old to pull apart and put together, but the 18 month old enjoyed the finished product more than the construction. You are limited in what you can make only by the number of blocks and your imagination. They are large, and the more the better, but they do require some room for storage and construction. In a home with young children they would probably be stored as whatever they were used to build. We store them in the garage in the original box when the grandchildren go home.