Have you ever noticed that when you get a child something, the most fun they have is
1. playing with the box
2. Putting it together (or having fun with the parent putting it together
Depending what it is as well as the child, Once it is together it is off to something new. While I have no clue if I am on to anything here, but in my opinion, that is why most kids really enjoy blocks and bricks.
Maybe that is why Elijah loves when I send him the newest set of Click-A-Bricks. I have had the pleasure of working with the people at this company and being able to share the newest items as they become available.
Earlier today I told you about Feather Friends. I have also talked about a few other sets such as: Army Defenders and Animal Kingdom Safari. Now I want to let you know there is another set. These are the Mighty Machines.
With this set your little builder will be busy building bulldozers, backhoes, helicopters and 7 other machines. There is 100 pieces altogether. You and your child can follow instructions that is included or go in your own direction and create your own Mighty Machines.
Here is what Click-A-Brick has to say about their Mighty Machine set
The Click-A-Brick Mighty Machines set is an educational building block set for children aged 5 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 Mighty Machines set comes with instructions on how to build a bulldozer, backhoe, helicopter, and 7 other machines. Parental interaction is highly encouraged to better facilitate learning – not to mention some great 1-on-1 time with your child.
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.
Disclaimer: While I was sent this set at a discounted price in exchange for me sharing my thoughts about it with you all, this is something I would purchase. All opinions in this post are 100% my own and may or may not differ from yours. What are you waiting for? Go Click A Brick