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Monday, October 18, 2010

Rainbow Blocks ~ A Guidecraft Mom Review

Building and boys are two things that just go hand in hand. Having quality wooden blocks on hand ~ and ones that have some fun colored panes in the center, makes the building even more fun. Our kids have been creating and playing with the Rainbow Block set from Guidecraft since they arrived on our doorstep.

Rainbow Blocks setAbout Rainbow Blocks

Rainbow blocks are hardwood and each of the 30 piece Wooden Block Set has a piece of colored plexi-glass in the center of the block. The pieces range in size from the 2.5” squares to 5.5” long rectangles. The set also has a variety of shapes: 4 half circles, 10 rectangles, 8 small squares, and 8 different triangles.

What Do We Think?

Our kids are having much fun building and creating with these blocks. Laurianna takes after me and is making everything symmetrical .

rainbow blocks

The boys are just having fun building and creating in general! If they can make it as tall as possible, it is the best building ever.

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We’ve had fun building rockets {and counting backward from 20!!}

Rainbow Block rocket

Seeing how you can put shapes together to make other shapes:

Rainbow Block shapes

The blocks are sturdy and a high quality construction ~ something that I am impressed with, especially having two boys that know how to give toys a good run for their money!

Find Out More

Rainbow Blocks are available through the Guidecraft website and also available from Amazon.

Erica at Confessions of a Homeschooler is hosting a giveaway for a set of Rainbow Blocks from Oct 17th til the 22nd, so be sure to visit and enter to win some for your little ones!

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As a Guidecraft Mom blogger, I was provided this product to review. I was not paid for this post and all opinions expressed in this post are mine…or my kids.

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