Take and Make: Scott Kim Block by Block Jr.

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Whether in 1″ Maple, or 1/2″ pine, or 5″ cardboard, this block set known as Block by Block Jr. designed  by puzzle designer Scott Kim has multiple uses and offers a variety of ways to practice spacial skills, problem solving and just have fun together.   We highly recommend this activity for all ages.


We ordered 1000 block from a Maple Landmark, a New England company so we could make sets to distribute.  The cardboard jumbo versions are 5″x5″  boxes from Uline.  We got the mini blocks that can be glued with a glue stick from Oriental Trading.

Scott’s build challenges and guides which are in this folder are great, and you can also use dot paper to practice drawing the block formations in perspective or just play!


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