Edublocks have been a fixture in our store’s playscape since we first opened in 2004. The set of giant, foam Lego-style blocks are probably the only toy that has survived two years of unmitigated abuse at the hands of our littlest customers. But they are very expensive, and despite their popularity, we don’t sell too many of them. Now, I think that will change.
Edushape has created two sets of Mini Edublocks. They are the same idea as the original – chunky, foam blocks with Lego-like interlocking – however, these are much smaller and will fit easily into a child’s hands. They don’t have the wow-factor of the large ones, but they are still excellent quality and lots of fun to build with (or chew on). Plus they require considerably less storage space. There are two sets, one with 26 pieces and the other with 52, for ages 12 months and (way) up.