It comes the tray and bag (pictured above) to keep the pieces off the floor, although Mica had the pieces everywhere. He puts his building toys all over. That's no fault of the toy.
The boys were off school on Thursday, and I was off work from Strep Throat. We relaxed a lot. Mica (the well one) said, "I'm bored!" I got our Kilkko Vehicles, and put him in charge of building some vehicles. I told him I just needed a few built, but he was all about it. He built 3, and said afterwards, "Wow that bulldozer looks fun to build to."
The ship was his first construction. He had a little trouble with the tips. The pieces are more wobbly than Legos, snap together, and are harder to come apart. I took them apart. I thought at first I'd possibly break them. No chance of that happening. The pieces are sturdy enough to not break!
He built the rocket second. That one was my favorite!
Mica said, "Look Mom with this one it will help Isaak and I with fractions."
The last one he put together was the subway. I thought it was a submarine. I guess it would be played with either way.
Mica said the little yellow piece in the tip was hard to put in. This was Mica's favorite to build.
This set would make a great gift. Isaak's getting it for his birthday. Mica (age 10) thinks Isaak (age 7) will need a little assistant with an adult or his brother.
I love that it helps with early engineering/math + promotes patial and fine motor skills. There are 137 colorful geometric pieces that snap together, and pivot
- Tangram Logic Puzzles
- Following Instructions
Things that can be built:
I really like this set. It's something a little different. I love that there is learning involved.
What kind of vehicle would you like see added to this set? I think I'd pick a jet.
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