Today many wooden blocks for kids are filled with a variety of materials like colored sand, shimmering water, and crystal beads that bring a new dimension to classic wooden blocks. These play blocks not only inspire creative building, but they encourage exploratory play through a new and exciting lens. Gone are the days when wooden building blocks were just plain old blocks!
This wooden block set has a well-loved place in our home and for good reasons. It sparks imagination and encourages open-ended creative play. Also, we love the pure beauty of these natural wooden blocks, with their smooth rounded corners and durable hardwood frames. The simplicity of these geometric wooden blocks, with no bells and whistles, has been a welcome distraction from the screen.
Whether indoors or out, a wooden block set, gets you exploring! Wooden building toys are great for stacking and building while enhancing traditional block play activities. They encourage social interaction and are an essential component of group play. Because they are sized to standard unit block measurements, they work perfectly with our wooden unit blocks.
The inset translucent acrylic windows and colorful fillings provide an innovative way for our kids to explore color. Their ability to form new shapes and colors each time our children play extends the possibilities even further. Over the years, these wooden stacking toys have provided an enriching and creative play experience for our family.
Blocks To Learning
This set of wooden stacking blocks with their no “right” way to build has provided hours and hours of exploration and discovery for our children. As a staple of childhood play, our kids have learned a variety of skills during their block play. While constructing their many “creations,” they have increased their problem-solving and math skills.
Our daughter likes incorporating the blocks into her imaginative play. As a result, she increases her language development and communication. While stacking the blocks, our 3-year-old has improved his fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. The more success he has stacking the blocks, the more he builds his self-confidence. Our older son is not only strengthening his engineering skills but is becoming a more creative problem-solver.
Most of all, building with wooden blocks has allowed our kids to become more socially competent. They take turns, share, compromise, and work together. Wooden building blocks have been a welcome addition to our family’s block corner!
Capture your child’s attention and ignite their hunger for exploration. Furthermore, give them the gift of open-ended creative and imaginary play with a set or two of these wooden stacking blocks.