The new colors come as a 14-piece set, a 24-piece set, 42-piece set as well as Original and Prism Pocket Pouches (which are your on-the-go options.
Happy Halloween Blocks from Uncle Goose- $28
Coming this holiday season from Tegu, the Tegu Sticky Monsters are a new set of magnetic characters that are fun to mix and match and will add tons of play to any existing sets of Tegu blocks.
You can sign up now to get on the pre-order waitlist. Get behind me in line!
My favorite is the Cupcake Set, and then the Tea Time Puzzle, Dump Truck Puzzle and Garden Puzzle are fun new additions. Three new vehicles with figures include the Dumper, Mixer and Scooper. For the bath you have the Rescue Boat and Helicopter and the Sport Boats. The block set comes in new colors and for the outdoors you have the Watering Can and the Dig & Discover Set.
We love Green Toys for being 100% recycled, made in the USA and being extremely durable.
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Following up on his ArcheToys for Magis (I wish I could collect them all!), Floris Hovers has a set of wooden vehicle blocks that are as wonderful to create and play with as they will be to see in a museum one day.
Made from solid beech, CARtools from Magis, are part blocks, part puzzle and completely a work of art.
Just add these to my wish list. Yes, I said MY wishlist. My boys have plenty of toys of their own to play with.
There are two more new reasons to puchase Tegu magnetic wooden blocks this holiday season…
Each color collection can be purchased as 14-piece set, 24-piece set, 42-piece set (pictured), pocket pouch or pocket pouch prism. Add to your current Tegu block collection, or start a new one!
We’ve been admiring Nobodinoz from afar for a long time, but their lovely collections are starting to trickle into US retailers.
Carrito Mapachito (raccoon trolley),
and a couple of their full sized play tents.
I love the color palette Nobodinoz uses. It’s fresh and modern (of course), a little bit tropical, and all goes together perfectly. I’m starting to think I should use their colors as the scheme in my new house! I can’t wait to see what else becomes available. Most of all I’m hoping to see the furniture! Who’s with me?!
One of my favorite creative toy brands is Invisible Creature. They have done collaborations with Odd Galaxy, Uncle Goose (Stack and Scare Blocks), Super 7’s Wormwood, and now (thankfully!) again with Uncle Goose with their addition of the Barn Blocks.
The Invisible Creature Barn Studio blocks create a replica of a barn 30 miles east of Seattle. The barn was originally built for horses in 1964, but was remodeled for use as an artist studio last year. The blocks were made by Uncle Goose, and depict all kinds of creative and fun prints on each side. Can you spot the Eames rocker?
I love the whimsical pictures on each side and the concept of using the blocks to build one specific building (among many creative free-play uses). My toddler son would have a blast using these blocks, and I have to admit that I would love them just as much as him. These are going on my next wish list for upcoming holidays.