Reviews Bristle Block Spinners
Block Spinners: Parents, ages 2-6, average retail $34.99, 57-piece
Blocks have long been a mainstay in every well equipped early
childhood classroom and with good reason. These handy dandy
blocks provide an excellent, frustration free, independent building
experience for little ones. Perfectly sized for small hands, they
easily stick together and pull apart. Sturdy, stable, and easy
to use as well as enhancing hand-eye coordination, small motor
skills, and mathematical thinking make them an ultimate building
tool for preschoolers.
Bristle Blocks Spinners is an action-packed 57-piece building
set filled with colorful, easy-to-connect blocks as well as wheels,
axles and quirky character faces to make creations come alive!
We thought the Bristle Block Spinners were pretty cool. This is
an excellent supplemental set that opened up a whole new land
of creative possibilities and problem solving.
We would recommend adding this set of blocks to complement the
ones you already have, since on its own the set is limited. It
would be fine for younger toddlers but older, more adventurous
preschoolers might run out of building options.
come in a large bucket. Although it is a nice big bucket, we did
not see the point. It is not big enough to hold all the blocks
and has no lid, so from a cleanup point of view it seems, well,
silly. A large bin with a lid that can accommodate all the blocks
plus a few more would be a much better option.
If you have a bristle block fan or are considering buying them
for your youngster then this is a nice addition to Bristle Block
fun. We don't believe you should limit the fun to age 6, since
older kids enjoy them, too.
the Author: Mary Rose is a Mommy, a writer and an early childhood
educator who believes in learning through play and the value of