LEGO Education DUPLO Brick Set 4496357 (144 Pieces)
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- Brick play set helps children develop gross and fine motor skills
- 144 elements, including nonstandard bricks with eyes and wings, for building various structures
- Red, green, blue, and yellow colors for visual input
- Versatile for using on its own or as supplement to other LEGO DUPLO sets (sold separately)
- Suitable for age 18 months and older
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LEGO brick play set helps children develop gross and fine motor skills. The set has 144 elements, including nonstandard bricks with eyes and wings, for building various structures, in red, green, blue, and yellow colors for visual input. (Colors may vary based on availability at the time the product is packaged.) The set is versatile for using on its own or as supplement to other LEGO DUPLO sets (sold separately), and is suitable for age 18 months and older.
Since 1980, LEGO Education has delivered hands-on, curriculum-based resources for teachers and students worldwide. LEGO Education believes a hands-on, minds-on approach helps students actively take ownership of the learning process and develop 21st-century skills such as creative thinking and problem solving through real-life, engaging experiences.
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A useful addition to any DUPLO set. Includes extra building plates, and decorated and curved bricks - just what every young designer needs!
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16 2x2x1 red, yellow, blue, and green (64 total)
2 2x2x1 yellow with eye ball
1 2x2x1 red and green with eye ball ( 2 total)
1 2x1x2 red, yellow, blue, and green (4 total)
3 2x3x1 curved block red, yellow, blue, and green (12 total)
10 2x4x1 red, yellow, blue, and green (40 total)
3 2x4x0.5 red, yellow, blue, and green (12 total)
1 2x6x1 red, yellow, blue, and green (4 total)
1 2x8x1 red and blue (2 total)
1 4x8x0.5 yellow and green (2 total)
144 blocks total.
The "education" in the name just means that it is bulk packaging. No pretty pictures, no storage box, no instructions. A cardboard box full of plastic bags of pieces. Exactly what I wanted.
My daughter is 19 months and is just starting to be able to get them together by herself. She'll grow into it a little bit more, and I'm sure in another 3 months she'll be an expert. Compared to the Mega Blocks she is graduating from, these are very picky on alignment. The bumps don't guide you towards the proper position, so you have to get it right yourself. But the force required hasn't been a problem and they aren't too small for her hands. Best of all, they stay together, whereas Mega Blocks just fall apart.
Because they're only 4 we let them "build" whatever shapes and sizes they want. They're learning about making a corner that locks together and makes their creations more stable too. Long "snakes" across the living room and high walls that fall over are favorites!
But it's STILL PAINFUL when Grandpa steps on the "forgotten piece" in his bare feet and starts jumping around on one leg using "funny words!"
" Haha, sorry Grandpa!"
Who can be mad at that?