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VIAHART Brain Flakes - Educational, Creative Building Toy, Tested for Children's Safety, 500 Interlocking Plastic Discs, with Storage Jar. A great STEM Toy for Boys and Girls

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A simple geometric toy of wide potential for construction and creativity. The pieces fit at 45 degree angles, but flexible enough that you can warp them a little. My 8-year-old wasn’t the only person who wanted to play with the jar of Brain Flakes. My 17-year-old daughter was intrigued by them, which surprised me. She convinced her sister to share so they could build together. The two of them snapped the pieces together to build trees, snowflakes, and colorful buildings, and there wasn’t a single argument between them during that time.

This is one of the best educational toys we have seen. The kids love them; are in constant use. A great secondary benefit: they are not painful to set on with bare feet as are LEGOs Solid addictive satisfying toy. There are a lot of abstract building toys out there, and this one is always a hit with kids.

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Develops spatial intelligence and thinking | A great solo or collaborative group activity for school classrooms, Makerspaces, Montessori, daycares, libraries, or home! | Countless design possibilities and hours of skill building play | Engineers Start Here! I was delighted to find these! I had some when I was a kid. They are even better than I remember! Great quality and affordable! Thanks very much! My grandkids love these brain flakes. They build for hours and hours. What a great creative outlet. Sometimes they dream things up in their heads. Other times, we look at library books or images on-line to create all kinds of animals, cars, etc. etc. I love that all ages can enjoy them, even adults. The hardest part is taking apart the favorites to build something new! These kids spend HOURS playing with these silly little flakes. And you know what? I don’t mind! This is true creative and cooperative play at work. STEM-Based Play at Work Using Brainflakes

Michael loves playing Legos with his older brother, but somehow, no matter how many Legos I buy for the younger boys, they all seem to end up in Spencer’s private collection. Mysteriously. He’s 3, so he can’t really handle a lot of toys geared towards older kids yet.But he is so incredibly smart, he gets bored with toys designed for children his age.I was also surprised to see my 17-year-old play with them on her own. My youngest daughter left the jar of Brain Flakes on the table one afternoon while we ran some errands, and we returned to find an amazing colorful tree had been built from them. I asked who’d made it, and my teenager laughed and told me she’d Googled how to build it while we were out. I have to admit that I’ve also played with these colorful discs too after the kids have gone to bed. I’m not as creative as my daughters are, but I’ve enjoyed building towers with them. This past Christmas, Ben and I put a lot of thought into what we should get our kids for Christmas. I browsed the internet for days .

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