Children use the building blocks to playfully shape the space around them and at the same time begin to grasp the concept of the third dimension.
Through constant repetition and trial and error, they also acquire an empirical understanding of the laws of physics.
Cubes, baseplates and slats are the basic elements used in construction, bridging and the addition of ramps and floors.
Younger children study the available blocks before lining them up and stacking them. Later on, they create more complex patterns and even more grandiose buildings.
46 piece set includes: 24 cubes, 8 baseplates (in two lengths) and 14 strips (in three lengths). Includes educational booklet and cotton bag. Standard Unit Block Cube dimensions: 1.75" x 1.75" x 1.75".