Fisher Price Trio Blocks
Summary: These are plastic blocks that connect together with a snap! They come in lots of different colors, and each set has different colors. They focus on boy colors and girl colors and then themed colors for each set. They are so much fun for both kids and parents a like! There is Trio Block Jr, and regular Trio Blocks. There are basic sets, beginner sets, medium sets, themed sets, and advanced sets.
Info: These are block sets that grow in difficulty as your child grows up. Children get to use their imagination with these, but also get instruction magazines with each set that give suggestions of these to use. These blocks have helped my 4 year old understand addition and subtraction, sizes, and sequencing for school. My husband and I both enjoy making things with these blocks, as do all my kid's friends. These make great gifts for any occasion! The best place to get the most options for Trio blocks is Amazon.com the link is listed above in blue. Ebay has great pricing, but there's no guarantee that all the pieces will be there, and the packages sold on Ebay are only the small ones. The funner and more creative sets are sold on Amazon.com, at Target, Walmart, and on Fisher Prices' website.
Where to find:
Amazon.com: sets start at $22 and go up
Ebay.com: $2.50 and up for sets
Target: sets start at $5 and go up to over $100 depending on the difficulty and set structures
Walmart: sets start at $30