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Reaching high to stack the blocks, pushing out to knock them down, balancing to stand on top, or taking careful steps along a colorful block road--playtime with these durable cardboard blocks offers all kinds of ways to build gross motor skills. Their extra-large size means every tower engages large muscle groups in some way, and improves core strength as children reach, twist, bend, and balance while they build.
The assortment of bright colors and three distinct sizes also adds lots of opportunities for matching games and sorting fun, and caregivers can encourage exciting shuttle races and tower-building contests to challenge gross motor skills even more. But perhaps most satisfying of all is the simple pleasure of building and knocking down--a classic game and, at this scale, a terrific exercise for flexibility, core strength, and balance.
Each block contains internal reinforcement to make it super sturdy, so kids won’t damage them with fallen towers or steps on top. Even the smallest block is strong enough to support a child’s weight--the largest blocks can support up to 68k (150lbs)! Durable materials mean they will stay looking great, as well: The colorful, patterned exteriors wipe clean as needed, so playtime after playtime the bright colors and glossy finish look like new--and every tower, road, and fort looks just as special as the builders who created it.
Melissa & Doug toys are designed to fuel imagination, inspire exploration, and encourage the natural curiosity that leads to a lifetime of learning! From classic wooden toys to creative crafts for every age, Melissa & Doug’s timeless products educate and enrich in a way that’s as natural as playtime itself.
Since their company’s founding 25 years ago, Melissa and Doug have been committed to making exceptional children’s products, with a focus on hands-on creative play and superior customer service.
With their recognizable red-oval logo, Melissa and Doug put their names on every product they make--a symbol of their commitment to quality, attention to detail, and dedication to improving playtime for families around the world.
Young construction workers and architects will spend hours with these lightweight yet durable cardboard building blocks. This 40-piece set features three sizes of "bricks" for constructive imaginative play. Made of premium, extra-thick cardboard for strength, they are easy to assemble, feature a wipe-clean surface, and are extra-strong--the red blocks hold up to 68kg (150 lbs)!
my son love that brick.. alot!.. it more easy for him to play with!Published 1 day ago by Amber Unrast
My five year old grandson builds with these blocks all the time. He makes towers, forts and cities.Published 11 days ago by Sharon McNamara
Bought these for a two and three year old and they've been a huge hit so far. They have withstood being stomped on, sat on, fallen on, and other wise abused with no wear and tear. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Krusse
My two yr old nephew loves playing with these and they are great for him to be creative and use his motor skills. They are cardboard but hold up well even when he walks on them. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Girl Reading
These blocks to a little while to put together but they are good quality and very sturdy. It takes a lot of force to damage them. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Nicky Blue
Easy but a little time consuming to set them all up, but they seem to be extremely durable so far.Published 1 month ago by CLC
A classic and well made toy! All three of my boys have enjoyed building with these blocks. I ordered two boxes so they can really use their imagination and build tall elaborate... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jennifer L Sampson
I hope you like putting together yellow blocks. Out of the 40 blocks included 30 of them are little crappy yellow ones, you get six blue squares and FOUR of the big red ones. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Actionbastard