Despite what the toy aisle might suggest, girls aren’t only interested in pink princesses. Building, inventing, and storytelling are part of creative play for all kids. GoldieBlox brings together storytelling and spatial skills to create building kits that appeal to girls and boys alike. Each GoldieBlox kit centers on a story about a girl named Goldie and helps kids develop targeted skills in the STEM disciplines: science, technology, engineering, and math. In this award-winning debut story, kids help Goldie build a belt drive machine, learning and playing as they go.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARDsmall parts not for children under 3 years.
Best for ages 4–9. 10"H x10"W x 2"D. Comes with 1 storybook, 5 animal figurines, 1 pegboard, 5 wheels, 10 axles, 5 blocks, 5 washers, 1 crank, and 1 ribbon.
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