Bigjigs Box of Bricks – Review

Wooden bricks are one of those toy staples that no parent should be without.

They’re great for developing fine motor skills in babies and toddlers, appear to be the go to toy for teething toddlers and what child doesn’t like building towers and knocking them down again!.

We were sent the Bigjigs Box of Bricks to review and Eliza was eager to get inside.

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When we opened the box we found all the coloured bricks at the top wrapped in tissue paper. Eliza insisted on unwrapping them all and placing them in front of her telling me the shape and colours.

We then found the neutral coloured blocks underneath.

Eliza got to work on building a tower straight away whilst we waited for Isaac to come home from school – it was then the fun really began!

We roped Nanny in to see who could build the highest tower without it falling over, then who could build one the fastest and who could build one using the most bricks.

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Although the bricks themselves are a quiet toy it all got very raucous and fun, with lots of cheering, laughing when the towers fell over (ably assisted by Eliza), naming the coloured bricks, identifying shapes and finally counting them.

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The box they come in is nice and sturdy with a knotted rope carry handle, so perfect for taking out when visiting friends and family.  The box contains 50 pieces and is the perfect addition to our Bigjigs Baby Walker, which still gets used on a daily basis.

The Box of Bricks is priced at £16.49 and is made from high quality, responsibly sourced materials, which conform to current European safety standards.

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