Click-A-Brick Mighty Machines

First comes blocks then comes legos, as your little ones grow up so do their toys. Click-A-Brick takes the frustration of small pieces not clicking together and makes building time a whole lot more fun. 
Like many young boys my little man who is about to turn 6 this month is obsessed with legos but sometimes they are too much to handle. Many times I hear "I tried to build (Insert Creation Here) but the blocks didn't go together", meaning I got mad and gave up. The screams of "I can't do it!" coming from the other room because my son is just so frustrated from the pieces not clicking together.
Click-A-Brick has taken the frustration of pieces not clicking together, each piece is designed to easily click so building time is less of a hassle and more fun.
With Click-A-Brick Mighty Machines your child has the chance to build ten different construction vehicles.
Being larger than most Lego pieces, Click-A-Brick blocks are easier to keep track of and pick up making them easier to keep together. Each piece is designed to click together from all ends so your little one doesn't get stumped on trying to figure out how to get them to stick together making it less frustrating for your child so they can enjoy building time a whole lot more. 

My son loved this set but it does require some help at his age to make these mighty machines. The age suggestion on this kit is 6 and up but in my honest opinion it's a little advanced for a 6 year old since the instructions do not go step by step.
There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that more Click-A-Brick sets will be on our birthday and Christmas list for years to come. 

*I had the chance to receive this product at a discounted price in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. No other compensation was provided and all opinions are those of my own. You may or many not share the same experience 

Alyssa Waters

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