These stackable cubes will help teach your child colours and numbers as they play.
My two children had a lot of fun with the cubes, the lovely bright colours and illustrations were very eyecatching. My 11 month old loved stacking them up, then pushing them down again. My 3 year old loved to stack them along side each other, with all the same facings together i.e all the numbers in order, then all the animals facing together etc, then count out loud. They had great fun playing together with them.
Pricewise, I think they were expensive ($48.00) especially seeing a couple of the blocks had paint chipped off within a relatively short time, and one block has a crack through the join. I would have expected them to be a bit more robust for that price.
All in all, a lovely product, but overpriced.
These cubes are very colourful, have easy to count symbols on the side of the boxes.
These boxes are great to help improve hand eye co-ordination, stacking, recognition of size and colours, counting and construction.
All of the boxes are coated with non toxic paint so are completely safe .
The smaller boxes are very durable but the larger ones aren't quite so durable. On some of the larger boxes the paint has started to chip in the corners, from where my daughter has been boisterous with them.
They are definately a worthwhile education tool for young children.
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