Review: Stickle Bricks Big Ideas Box

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Back when my older kids were small, one of their favourite toys were Stickle Bricks.

Now I look after my granddaughter, I have been busy expanding our toy range in the house and Stickle Bricks were an obvious choice.

We were sent the a box of Stickle Bricks to review and Lilah (and the kids) could not wait to get stuck in and creating things.

Stickle Bricks are the perfect first construction toy for babies, toddlers and beyond. Combining a variety of different coloured and shaped bricks, children can stick, stack and construct with easy to assemble pieces that lock together any way they like.

Lilah is just 16 months and can easily push the different shapes together and pull them apart again.

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In fact, Isaac and Kian kept building her things to play with and she seem to enjoy taking them apart again.

Stickle Bricks promote the development of dexterity and imagination and helps kids use their own creativity and problem solving.

There’s no telling where new ideas can lead, dreaming up bigger and better creations you can all put together, take down and start over.

The Stickle Bricks Big Ideas set is available from Smyths Toys for an RRP of £16.99.

Disclaimer: We were sent the Stickle Bricks Big Ideas Set to review. All thoughts and opinions are our own

4 thoughts on “Review: Stickle Bricks Big Ideas Box

  1. We have some of these at home and Erin plays with them quite a lot. They’re a lot of fun.

  2. Steph says:

    I love this toy is still around, its been around for years and years and it’s great!

  3. MELANIE EDJOURIAN says:

    These are so much fun for mini people. I remember my daughter loved playing withthese. My son would probably enjoy these too.

  4. Talya Stone says:

    Oh my daughter absolutely loved playing with Stickle Bricks when she was this age. Glad to see they are still going strong!

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