Sets of 22 blocks: each set can differ from the other. Contains squares, planks, triangles etc. Using building blocks requires your child to put them in a position so that they do not topple over. As a result, hand-eye coordination improves the more the child plays. The act of grasping the blocks itself serves as good practice for gripping objects, and strengthens the finger and hands of the child. Your child learns to think logically when playing with building blocks and it develop language and mathematical skill. It also improves creativity and they learn how to interact and cooperate while sharing with other children.
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