Snowflake Building Blocks Kids STEM Educational Toys

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I have several grandkids of various ages and I am always looking for toys that they will continue to play with after a few days, and toys that are educational as well as fun to play with. 

Snowflake Building Blocks are great, the kids are improving their cognitive skills without realizing that they're doing anything besides playing.






These snowflake blocks are 1.25 inches across. Smaller children may need assistance connecting and disconnecting the blocks.They come in a durable plastic tub with a twist off lid that has a handle , making it easy to carry.

250 blocks in this Mega Pack, all brightly colored plastic interconnecting snowflake shaped interconnecting blocks that are safe and non-toxic.They are safe for bath too, actually safer than most bath toys because they don't grow mold.

I love toys that encourage imagination and creativity. There is no limit to the shapes and creations the kids can come up with playing with these blocks. I even enjoyed sitting on the floor playing with the grandkids. These blocks are good to teach color recognition, counting, early math, and promotes relationship building.The introduction of STEM concepts in early childhood sets children on a path to establish a love of scientific questioning and learning.

Easy to clean, they are solid plastic, so just clean in boiling water.

I received this product at a discount to facilitate this review.

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