Strictly Briks Brik Tower

October 23, 2017

 

 

(Strictly Briks $29.99)

 

What a great way to build an original setting for plastic bricks! Kids can use this set with six 10”square baseplates and 50 stackers to build a tower. It comes in a blue, green and grey combo or in translucent pastels. Either way this set make good sense for dedicated builders. The set is sized for smaller peg blocks and is compatible with Lego and Megablocks for kids 5 – 12.

 

Strictly Bricks also makes some sets with reversible plates that can be used with large bricks on one side and smaller bricks on the reverse side. One set that does that is the Cube and Pyramid ($24.99) set of square plates that hinge together to form  a cube and triangles that hinge together to form rooftops and pyramids or whatever they can imagine. 

 

 

Ages: Early School, Tweens

Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award 2017

Click here to purchase the Strictly Briks Brix Tower at Amazon.com

 

Click here for the Cube and Triangle Set at Amazon.om

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