Sunday, March 2, 2014

my urban child Smart Gear Toys

Blocks are a huge part of kid’s lives grown up. At least is is/was for my girls. Even as adults we enjoy playing with the like them (I can’t be the only one). I mean who doesn’t like building something that you can knock down? Recently my urban child asked that I review their toys. When I saw the Smart Gear Toys 50 Piece Blocks I knew we had to have those.

Right away when Fallon saw them she wanted to play. She’s still little so building something that resembles anything in particular is still a little ways of, but she can still have fun in the meantime. Mya saw her playing and decided that she wanted to play as well. It’s so nice having her want to play with her little sister. She could easily just walk away and let Fallon play alone, but she doesn’t. She really enjoys it and likes teaching her new things.

Fallon seemed to really like the blocks and that she could do whatever she wanted with them.  She has been playing with them a few times a day since we opened the box. She had her best friend over and they both played with them. It was really cute to see as both were born on the same day just a few hours apart.

Features of the blocks are:
  • Made in Thailand from environmentally friendly rubberwood
  • Strictly using Non-Toxic Paint; Dyes and Lacquers
  • Formaldehyde Free Glue
  • Packaging from at least 70% recycled paper

The possibilities are endless with the Wonderworld 50 Piece Blocks Set. The 50 Piece Blocks Set is designed for children two years in age and older. The colored blocks come in various shapes and natural and primary colors including special 'V' shape blocks to promote toddlers to think logically and inspire them to sort, stack and create building blocks from their imagination . The Wonderworld 50 Piece Blocks Set is the ideal toy for children who enjoy stacking and constructing objects. Your little one will love discovering new frontiers of imagination!

If you want to order these blocks or look at all the other great toys, children's furniture and so much more that my urban child offers, go to their site today.  

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  1. Thank you so much for introducing me to this company!! I have a 4 year old with Autism and Sensory Modulation Disorder. They have some amazing items that would be great for her. I have never heard of them. I'm actually about to order the Building Blocks activity table!

  2. I think blocks are awesome for much better than these (hated) video games it seems like they all have now. I like that they have to use their imagination with them. I remember a lot of good times spent with my dad and a box of wooden blocks he made & sanded himself when I was a child.