- Small Basic Blocks (50)-2 inch blocks, (30)-4 inch blocks, (8)-6 inch blocks, (4)-8 inch blocks
- Large Basic Blocks (10)-2 inch blocks, (8)-4 inch blocks, (4)-6 inch blocks
- Arches (4)-small arches
- Triangles (4)-smal triangles, (2)-large triangles
- Small Wedges (4)-4 inch wedges, (2)-6 inch wedges
- Large Wedges (4)-4 inch wedges, (2)-6 inch wedges
- Columns-(6)-4 inch columns, (4)-6 inch columns
- Square Posts (4)-4 inch posts, (4)-6 inch posts
- Windows (2)-4 inch single window blocks, (4) double window blocks
- Small blocks are 1 1/2" wide by 3/4" thick. Large blocks are 1 1/2"wide by 1 1/2" thick. These dimensions then come in the various sizes (lengths) and shapes.
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“Fun With Friends” 160 piece wooden building blocks set is just that-It’s A Lot of Fun To Share With Friends!
Older children still love to build with wooden blocks. They can be pretty competitive at this age. They are continuing to learn how to build bigger, better and smarter. Let them entertain themselves with a craziest castle or tallest tower contest. This large wooden block set has lots of building blocks for all their friends. Families love this set because there’s plenty for all the kids to share, and even let mom and dad join in. No fighting over too few blocks!
This is a great set for grandparents too. A large building block set at grandpa’s house will be a favorite toy for sure, when all the grand kids come to visit. You might find that grandpa will be right there on the floor, building towers of wooden blocks too.
Tired of your kids glued to the TV or video games? Want to get their brains working again? Get out the building blocks. Blocks are a great activity for problem solving. What’s the best way to build a 5 foot tower? If their tower falls, can they analyze why, and find a better way to build it? Challenge them to build a famous building. Give them an idea and let their imaginations run wild. Soon you’ll find they will have spent hours- not in front of a screen!
Another benefit of wooden building blocks is that they last forever! They can be used for many years. Many families pass them on to the next generation. Our building blocks store easily and cleanly in our bright colored buckets. Our product is a natural wooden block. We never use any paints, stains or dyes. They are handmade in the USA from poplar. This makes them lightweight yet durable and makes them affordable for any family. Buy these best wooden blocks for kids here at Back To Blocks!
Fun For Making Music Review by Erin
“These blocks are well made and beautiful. Perfect for inspiring imagination. I love the things my little ones create with them. They are hand made with care and attention to detail right here in the USA. Being a musician with very musical children we also love the sounds they make and the potential they have as musical instruments. You can tell the wood is very high quality just from the beautiful sound it makes. The lid of the bucket is also a great shape for drumming and produces several tones depending on where and how it is hit. I love these blocks and plan to have them around a long time.” (Posted on 3/3/2014)
Bored Teens Get Out The Blocks Review by Dan In Utah
What do you get with no batteries, no cords and no Internet? FUN! But only if you’re building with blocks from Back to Blocks. The other day my teenage kids complained of being bored, as they sat in front of big screen TV playing X-Box. I pulled out the the 160 piece Back to Blocks set, dumped them on the dining room table, and within seconds GROWN TEENAGERS swarmed the table and began building towers, laughing and trying to outdo each other. Unbelievable! Watching them interact and use their creative brains for once was refreshing. (There was some male ego present, but the girls quickly put them in their place.) Clean up was a snap, and the handy storage bucket couldn’t make it easier to store them. If you haven’t already bought your set, get off the fence and jump into Back to Blocks. You’ll be glad you did. Unlike other toys and activities, these will never become outdated. I wish I had found these ten years ago! (Posted on 2/27/2014)