|Educational Objective(s)||Building, Imagination, Mathematics, STEM, Creativity|
|Number of Pieces||200|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Remote Control Type||No|
|Release date||29 March 2019|
|Mfg Recommended age||5 - 8 years|
|Item model number||LER9291|
|Product Dimensions||25.4 x 22.86 x 5.08 cm; 861.83 Grams|
Learning Resources MathLink Cube Big Builder, 200 Pieces,Multi,LER9291
|You Save:||S$20.77 (50%)|
- Promotes critical thinking and imaginative skills alongside early engineering skills
- Ideal for ages 5+
- Stem.Org Certified as an educational product
- Little builders boost their imaginative and engineering skills with mathlink cubes big builders a stem-Inspired building set powered our bestselling mathlink cubes.
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Bring your imagination to life cube by colourful cube. This deluxe building set comes with 200 cubes cast in 10 bright colours from red and blue to black white and brown. Following along with the included activity guide kids can tackle more than a dozen building challenges - build your own puppy pal create a vroom-ready motorcycle or transform cubes into a whooshing Rocketship - or make their own creations!While they build kids will also master early critical thinking and design concepts as well as strengthen their fine motor skills. Each sturdy cube measures 34"L x 34"H and can be snapped together or apart over and over again. Cubes work with all MathLink Cubes products and add extra power to math lessons and building projects.
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It's disappointing really because this is supposed to be a gift.
Read in reviews that the links are hard for little hands to fix and remove, but seeing how they are separated just by shipping, I'm guessing that won't be much of an issue.
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Even though they are hard to snap together, one of my children has still taken to building all kinds of things/characters with the blocks and they have become a go-to toy. All in all, I would call that a win.
These looked interesting, so I went ahead and got 800 blocks for my kids for Christmas. Upon opening the gifts, I tried to assemble something for my kids and found the blocks require a lot of force to snap together. My daughter was interested in building with these, and pushed so hard her hands were shaking, but couldn't get the pieces to snap together. I wonder , do they test this product with kids? If so, they would find out right away that they need to make it easier to put the blocks together. I wish I had heeded the other reviews mentioning this problem.