Flair Sticklebricks Infant Bag Reviews
Product Type: Flair baby toys
Description:Brand: Flair / Age: 12 months / 50 pieces of bright, colourful bricks for easy building fun.
Newest Review: ... track this product down on the internet, or at a car boot sale like we did! The little bag that these bricks come in isn't ... more
Customer Flair Sticklebricks Infant Bag Reviews (3)
by - written on 27/07/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
We picked up the Flair Sticklebricks Bag at a car boot sale as an addition to our grandson's existing, but limited, sticklebrick collection. Fortunately we only paid £1 for this! Though you can expect to pay a fair bit more if you're buying it new. Sticklebricks aren't as widely available as they used to be, and seem to be targeted more at teachers and nurseries than independant consumers in recent years. Hopefully if you're interested enough you will track this product down on the internet, or at a car boot sale like we did! The little bag that these bricks come in isn't very big, but it's big enough for a very small child of two or three to use as a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/09, updated on 09/06/09 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Most people remember stickle bricks from there childhood and I am no exception so when I was looking for presents for my son's first birth I was pleased to find that this bag of stickle bricks is suitable from age one. The bag is made of thick plastic and contains 50 stickle bricks that are various sizes and shapes and all the bricks are very bright coloured. I chose these bricks because they need less accuracy than most construction toys as they are quite easy to stick together. Also they have the lowest age of all the other toys of this sort. My son however was about 1 1/2 when he started enjoying them and using them properly and up till then he ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/09, updated on 26/03/09 (Very useful, 227 readings)
Sometimes the old toys are the best, case in point Sticklebricks which are an excellent and durable construction toy for age one and above. These little bricks seem to have fallen out of favour, I remember in my childhood every house I went to owned a set of these, and as a child myself I spent hours playing with them before progressing on to lego and the like. The bricks were invented in the late 1960's, which is probably why they were popular when I was a child, and are now owned by the Hasbro group and made by Flair toys. Nowadays I have my own children who very much enjoy sticklebricks - and I have bought this particular set for several first ... Read the complete review
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