Sunday, April 15, 2012

ZOOB Building Toys for Hours of Creative Fun!

My eight year old daughter loves building toys.  Building blocks, Lego, and her newest addiction, ZOOBS!  She will sit, build, and play with them for hours.

You might be thinking to yourself, what is a ZOOB?  

ZOOB is a building set with a difference, the pieces move after kids put them together. So kids can play with their creations, instead of just looking at the.  They also come with instruction cards to help your child create different items.
 ZOOB is the moving, mind-building, durable plastic modeling system that encourages kids to learn, explore, and create using the most important tools of all: their imaginations! Its 5 basic pieces snap, click, and pop together in more than 20 different ways. Kids can move and rotate finished models for endless play. 

  • Build almost anything you can imagine
  • Special memory material helps pieces bend, move and snap together snugly and retains original shape
  • Develops dexterity and fine motor skills 
  • Large pieces make big creations
  • Flexible pieces make easy connections
  • Great for boys and girls
  • Lifetime guarantee on every ZOOB JR. piece
  • Large pieces are perfect for little hands

No matter what age your child is, they are going to love ZOOB!  For younger children, ZOOB JR. provides hours of fun and creative imagination.  They are nearly twice as big as the originals, making them perfect for little hands.

ZOOB building toys allow your child to create an endless number of unique, fun creations.  From a flower to a dragonfly,  or a scorpion to a dinosaur, and so much more.  Of course, my daughter had to build all of them.  I think her favorite was the ZOOBTUNIA (flower).

If you're looking for a great gift idea, I highly recommend a ZOOB building set.  For more great gift ideas and specialty toys, you can check out Imagine Toys.


J Rodney said...

My boys would love this, so cool!!

Shelly Peterson said...

I have never heard of these, they look like fun. My son would have a blast with them!

Rhonda G said...

These look fun! A good way to be creative as well.

janetfaye said...

These are new to me. I like creative toys that give kids a way to express themselves. My grandson would enjoy making something with these.