Age: 3 years and up. Begin when motor skills start to develop.
Benefits: (Physical, Mental, and Psychological): Improves fine motor skills, manual dexterity, hand-eye coordination, problem-solving skills, strategic thinking, cognitive performance, develops patience, social and communication skills, responsive learning, sensory learning, and non-verbal reasoning. Relieves stress, aids in family/community bonding, develops precision, develops structural awareness, passes the time, can be played anytime anywhere, educational enrichment, and fun.
My Story: We got to know our daughter on a different level and her unique creativity to replicate monuments and develop innovative structures. Color blocks are great for sorting designs and when needed to split with others. We used it to make structures as well.
Warning: Don’t let the little kids put the colored wood in the mouth.