Friday Fun Feature: Tegu To Go!
Spring Break is quickly approaching and that means plane rides and road trips. If you're asking yourself, "How do I keep my kids entertained on the plane or in the car?" then we have an answer.
Tegu makes two different kinds of travel-sized sets. One set is a pack of 4 cubes. If you have a little one 24 months or younger, give him a pack or two of cubes and watch him light up from the stacking and click-clacking fun. And because all Tegu blocks are suitable and safe for even infants, a pack of 4 cubes is perfect for your tiniest traveler.
For your preschooler, try one of the pouches. These sets come with either six or eight blocks of different shapes. More pieces allow for more elaborate creations from your young builders. And, these sets are ready to go with their own felt pouch for storing.
Your older kids' imaginations will just need more pieces, so consider combining the cubes with one or more of the pouches. We believe that Tegu is a "forever" toy. As your child grows, so too can Tegu. It's easy to visualize Tegu on your play table as well as your coffee table.
Tegu is a socially and environmentally responsible company that encourages creativity through their toys. Their magnetic wooden blocks that click together foster curiosity and open-ended play. With Tegu blocks, the child is the creator.
the shape sorters are good or bcklos for building!I also like plastic animals.. my son always took a liking to them and was able to learn their names and sounds they made very quickly!
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