I received the products mentioned below in exchange for this post. All views and opinions are my own.If there's one thing kids love to do, it's create fantastic messes. But it's not just the mess - it's the creativity that comes before the mess that really gets them excited.
We did find it was easier to set up on a hard surface. A coffee table worked just fine.
The Starter Set of Strictly Briks has been a lifesaver for this mom of two kids with a three-year age gap. At this stage in their lives, there's not much they agree on. But when I suggest they go play with their Briks, they run right upstairs and play for hours. What I like about the Briks is that they're easy to snap together and are just the right size for kids who are still working on fine motor skills.
The bright colors and variety of shapes are a big hit in our house, and I love that the kids have enough to share so that they can work together or separately.
How does your child play with construction toy sets? Do they build them up to knock them down?