Thursday, May 12, 2016

Take-A-Part Build Toy Review

I'm always on the search for toys that can be built. My boys love toys like that!
I recently got Take-A-Part Build Toy to review. 

Mica built the Blue Race Car for this review. I think I'm going to give it to Isaak for his birthday coming up. :)

Each of their sets comes with 2 models to give the toy some variety. I kind of wish there were more things you could build. 

Other Sets:
  • Red Plane - I happen to like Red Plane the most. I think it's super cute!
  • Yellow Truck

Why Get Toys You Can Build and Take Apart?
  • Toys like this helps kids learn how to follow directions. 
  • Kids are proud of their toy because they built it.
  • It helps with development with hand-coordination, spatial thinking, building patience, and attention.  

  • Non-toxic eco-friendly rubber fiber material, safe to the children 
  • Large brightly colored pieces, easy for small hands to maneuver 
  • Precision craft, no sharp edges 
  • 50 flexible pieces 
  • Tools to get the job done
  • Directions  

I imagine the thing that would be horrible with a toy like this is if you loose pieces. Then you can't build what you want. If you loose a piece in a block set you can still build something else.

 One of the End Results:


For ages 5 and up. For ages 5 and 6 the child may need help from Mom and Dad at first.


$29.99, but on sale for $16.99. All their sets are the same price. 

Disclaimer: I received the product mentioned for free in exchange for an honest review. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Theresa Mahoney said...

I like educational toys like this! Though I agree about the lost parts. Would be a total bummer if that happened here.

Ai Sakura said...

Toys like this are so fun and helps to build a creative mind. Love it!! May is really such a special month to our families. I hope the birthday stars have wonderful celebrations!! :) Mine is coming up next Sunday too and Hubby's is tomorrow haha

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

~ Noelle said...

Now that looks pretty fun. I like when they have things like this, but sometimes the parts are so small that it makes it hard to do. This looks like a great size.

Eat To Live said...

What a fun learning toy. I really like toys that you can learn with rather than just play with.


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