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CitiBlocs Revolution

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soccermom1 said…
These are non toxic

Citiblocs were created with innovation, durability and affordability in mind. Building blocks are great fun and they allow children to use their imagination to build endless items. Citiblocs are made from Radiata Pine from certified renewable forests in New Zealand and all cut precisely to the same exact size. Since Citiblocs are all the same size and shape all that is needed to build towers, cars, forts or boats is gravity and the power of imagination.

When we received our set of 54 Blocks color box Shae was first intrigued by the red and blue color of the blocks. After that she was quickly lining them up and stacking them not really making anything in particular but just having a great time. Shae is fairly new the building blocks so Citiblocs will be good for her since they are all the same size and shape. I am sure Shaun and Sabreena will have alot of fun helping Shae build awesome things. The one thing I would have liked to see as a parent is a plastic storage box or durable bag for the blocks. Citiblocs come in a sturdy cardboard box but over time I am sure my kids will destroy the box and I will have to get a storage box.
Citiblocs has won 12 Indusry awards in just six months which to me says people think they have an awesome product here which they do. Some of the awards they have won are Dr Toy Best Green Product Winner, Dr Toy Best Vacation Products Winner and iParent Media Award Winner.
You can get Citiblocs at Toys R US, and Citiblocs offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee and also offers 10% off to educators.
Mom’s Perspective: I love natural play. Not only does it mean no batteries/no noise but this means the kids can use their imagination. Building blocks are a great tool to improve hand eye coordination and dexterity.
Citiblocs is offering 1 lucky Look What Mom Found…and Dad too! reader a chance to win either a 52 piece natural set or the 54 piece color set of there own. Head over to Citiblocs and tell me anything new about Citiblocs that was not mentioned in my article.
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