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Building Blocks

NoilzBox Building Toys

NoilzBox Building Toys

A new take on building blocks, the uniquely-shaped NoilzBox are made from colorful bits of silicone, allowing them to be stacked and flexed into shapes that would be impossible to create with traditional squared-off bricks. Also, they won’t hurt if you step on them barefoot.

Light Stax

Light Stax

A fresh take on snap-together building blocks, each oversize Light Stax brick has a built in LED light source. When placed on the powered base block, your creation lights up. Available in sets ranging from 12 pieces to 102 pieces, as well as an educator’s set with multiple power bases.

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Blockitecture Building Blocks

Blockitecture Building Blocks

Designed by James Paulius, Areaware’s Blockitecture are minimalist and cute architectural building blocks. The wooden modules come in themed sets including a park, a housing complex and a factory. You can also purchase all sets as a discounted bundle.

Building Block Fast Food

Building Block Fast Food

We don’t recommend giving little kids Jecka’s tiny building blocks, especially since these kits look like food, but if you’re a grown up, there’s no reason you can’t have these cool and colorful fast food sculptures on your shelf.

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