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This set is great for children who love Minnie Mouse — they can build her 21-piece birthday party scene. The bright colors and identifiable characters make this kit both fun to build and fun to play with after. Playing with Legos encourages creativity and language development as well as developing fine-motor and cognitive skills. Kids can learn to follow directions with the simple steps and advance their creativity through pretend play.
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This set of 112 assorted pieces allows for infinite possibilities. The bristles are soft and let kids assemble the blocks however they want. They can let their creativity shine as they explore different shapes and structures with these fun blocks. The bristles are both visually and tactically appealing. Kids can develop their motor skills and hand-eye coordination. This set includes eight wheel pieces to add motion to whatever your child builds. These were designed with children ages 2 and up in mind.
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This toy set allows kids to explore their creativity and imagination by constructing various objects. They will also develop important math, science, spatial and tactile skills. The tiles are durable and built to last for many years, even with frequent use. From sailboats to shuttles, kids will enjoy building new objects. They will stay engaged by manipulating pieces with the magnetic edges on each tile. The magnets are strong and stay connected to other tiles to ensure the structures remain intact. They’re also small enough to store easily when not in use and snap together in seconds, making them ideal for younger children.
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These building blocks offer hours of hands-on play for 2-year-olds as they learn how to build skyscrapers and storefronts. The durable blocks hold up well without bending or breaking under pressure. Children will develop motor skills while using these toys and also learn how to problem-solve. The large blocks allow kids to become more creative and use their imaginations when creating castles or funny animals. The large size of each block makes it safe for small children to use, as they don’t pose a choking hazard. The connections make it easy to put the blocks together without too much strength or force required.
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These blocks are easy to clean due to their nonporous surface and fold together well. When not in use, the cardboard blocks fold flat, making them compact and easy to store. The instructions are easy to understand. The bright, colorful graphics on each block are designed to spark creativity and encourage children to use their imaginations. They’re also ideal for developing math skills both directly and indirectly.
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The dreambuilderToy Magnetic Tiles Building Blocks set includes durable pieces that have been put through an ultrasonic process to prevent them from breaking. They don’t come apart too easily, ensuring your 2-year-old’s creation remains intact. The smooth exterior and mini size of the tiles make them easy to take on road trips or airplanes. The colorful design encourages hand-eye coordination and teaches children early math and engineering skills through hands-on learning.
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These oversized pegs are easy for small children to grasp and stack when building towers or blocks. This set is ideal for strengthening perception skills and visual-motor coordination. The small pieces are easy to store in the durable Skoolzy drawstring bag. Ideal for development of basic math skills, teaching 2-year-olds to count, sort and create patterns. Kids will enjoy how high the towers can be built due to the durable quality of each peg. The set even includes a downloadable pegboard activity guide that features new learning activities.
“Building toys are a great way to help children learn the basic concepts of engineering. Ensuring the child understands safety considerations and verbally communicates the projects they are working on can help increase learning and decrease any risks. Keep in mind that what is fun for your 2-year-old may not suffice once they are 4 or 5.”