The Click-A-Brick Animal Kingdom Safari set is an educational building block set for children aged 4 and up. What makes this product unique is the way the blocks connect to each other. Rather than connecting in just one way, Click-A-Brick’s can be connected from all sides and corners; even forming diagonal lines.
This way of building helps children improve motor and dexterity skills as well as their spatial reasoning. The Animal Kingdom Safari set comes with instructions on how to build a lion. The other animals – wolf, monkey, camel, and giraffe – are pictured on the instruction sheet. There are no directions on how to build these because they are supposed to challenge the child to create them on their own after they learn how to make the lion.
Click-A-Brick also helps nurture a child’s imagination and creativity by allowing them to build anything they can think of – in 3D. Many different shapes and creations can be made, spurring the child’s imagination further with each one. The product is very durable as well; where the child can actually play with the creation they made – or quickly disassemble it to make another.
These blocks are different from others you may see in stores. They can’t just connect any way you wish – it takes some thought to make your creation work. There are several different shapes, colors and two eyes. Simply create something then take it apart and create something entirely different.
My daughter and I played with these bricks for quite a while today since it is far too cold to go outside anytime soon. And how many movies can we watch after all…You can make so many things with these 30 bricks but I can just imagine the great things that can be made with 100 or so! I am sure this will be my kids’ newest collection…
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