This is the most asked-for toy in our household for the last month!  Emma received a set of these for her 4th birthday a few months ago and she’s been asking to play with them every day.  That tells me it’s worth recommending.  :)

 zoob crown instructions

There are so many ways to play with them!  Younger children like Emma can just snap them together and it becomes a mass of moveable, flexible craziness… Emma has also put them together by color and the result is very cool – they expand and make clicking noises.  She’s enjoyed trying different things and seeing what she can make with them.

At 4 Emma is just strong enough to snap these together, but any younger and you would have to help your child.  So keep that in mind when buying for toddler and preschool age.  :)  (Edited to add:  My son is almost 3 now and he can snap them together!  Maybe it depends on how strong your child is.)

Zoob construction

A cool addition to each package of Zoob sets you buy are easy-to-follow instructions on how to make things like a chopper, a fly, a spider, and much more.  The instruction books are labeled by difficulty so you know which ones to do 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.

You can find Zoob Building Sets on for a wide range of prices and playset sizes.  The one we have is the 125-piece set and it’s a great starter size.  You can currently buy it for under $24.00 (regularly $35).

Have you ever heard of the Zoob Building Sets?




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