Build & Imagine Construction Sets Engineered STEM Building Review! #ad
Build & Imagine Construction Sets Engineered STEM Building Review!
We received products mentioned in this post for review but all opinions are our own.
Princesses can be smart too. Princesses can like to build and create.
These sets are recommended for Ages 4+
You can learn more and purchase these sets on their website:Build & Imagine
We are a STEM family. STEM toys are our favorite toys. They encourage imagination, critical thinking skills, and engineering skills. STEM is for all kids (and adults who like to play with science and building stuff). Girls and boys love to build, create, design, and invent. And we should encourage this involvement. Which is why I love products like this Build & Imagine Construction Sets.
My little princess was becoming impatient and wanted to play before I was ready to let them open the boxes. The other two wanted to do it on camera. She just wanted to play.
The blocks are plastic with magnets around the sides. They connect together to build beach themed buildings with walls, doors, roofs, and floors. The walls have adorable pictures printed onto them. The doors actually open and close.
Also included in the sets are people and 40+ magnetic accessories. You can dress up the people in magnetic clothes or add magnetic images to the walls of the building. This was Lou’s favorite part. She loved the little wooden dolls and dressing them up.
As I said this set is great fun for every kid. All three of mine played with it, build and creating things. The blocks stick together well and hold up to being moved and maneuvered into different places.
CB created a mansion with the sets together. It had multiple floors and rooms. She put a lot of work and hours into it.
Her sister just couldn’t handle such a wonderful masterpiece being built so she dismantled it piece by piece. It doesn’t make it any better that she was wearing a batman shirt while doing it either. Batgirl went rouge. The blocks fit together and take apart so easy that the work of art was gone in no time.
And that video that started us on our Youtube journey (How I wish I had taped Batgirl’s assault on the mansion.) :