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Guidecraft IO Blocks® Planes and Boats Set

Item# 05212334000P | Model# G9608 | Added on August 12, 2016 |
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Guidecraft IO Blocks® Planes and Boats Set
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Create and build your own planes and boats with this new extension to the award-winning building toy system with pixelated, digital world roots: IO Blocks®. This new set of 59 pieces comes with fins, wings, cabins, bumpers, bows and more. And IO Blocks® Hero figure is included to captain all your creations. The high-quality design of IO Blocks®, with its open-ended building possibilities and secure friction-fit, puzzle-like qualities, makes it a great fit for educators and parents interested in STEM skill development. All IO Blocks® sets and extensions such as the IO Blocks Vehicle and Minis Sets work seamlessly together. Use the enclosed tracker pad and free IO Blocks® App for your smartphone and tablet for extra building inspiration. Available on Google Play and the Apple App store. Suggested Age: 4+

  • Open-ended, soft-touch, friction-fit building toy with an 8-bit pixel design. Suggested Age: 4+
  • Includes original IO Blocks® 12 unique shapes, two IO Heroes, and new vehicle attachments for virtually endless constructions.
  • Free augmented reality IO Blocks® App acts as a virtual build guide. Available on Google Play and the Apple App Store. Use with included tracker pad.
  • Colorful, original soft-touch matte plastic pieces, with new wings, bows, cabins, fins, bumpers and more.
  • Educational focus: STEM, fine motor and problem solving skills, and spatial concepts.
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