I find Building Blocks and Stacking Cubes to be excellent tools for educating young children. Generally finished in vibrant colours with attractive illustrations, numbers and letters; your child can learn to spell, count and learn a variety of new words through picture recognition.

Building blocks have intellectual benefits; children learn to be creative and use their imagination; this type of play encourages children to interact with each other - important for social play.

Stacking the blocks and cubes can improve eye-to-hand coordination and build strength in your child's hands and fingers, so they also benefit physically from these wonderful toys.

The 50 Coloured Building Blocks by BRIO will soon become your child's favourite toy! This set has 50 different coloured building blocks in all sorts of shapes and sizes.

Made from the finest wood (the signature material of BRIO), this classic toy set has a modern
twist and is designed will be handed down through generations. Suitable for ages: 12+ months, children of all ages will learn while they play.

The Topanimo Stacking Block Game by Djeco is a fantastic set of stacking cubes. Each cube has its own doorway with a squidgy animal inside; your child can learn to count to six and watch the tree grow on the back of these unusual stacking blocks. Perfect for Toddlers this game encourages them to discover through illustrations that are rich in details and surprises. Suitable for Ages: 18 Months +

Teach your older children to read and write with the 60 Wooden Magnetic Letters by Djeco.

A collection of 60 wooden magnetic squares; each has a brightly coloured letter painted on one side. Coming in a red cloth bag, this set can be easily stored and would make a lovely educational gift that's guaranteed to keep the little ones entertained for hours.


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