Monday, May 11, 2015

Click-A-Brick Army Defenders 100 Pc. Building Blocks Review

My daughters love building anything with their blocks. They build towers, bridges, houses, etc. and I love how their imagination works with blocks. I've received a Click-A-Brick set before and it is more challenging and harder than regular blocks but I love how my daughters figured out how to do them. When I received the Click-A-Brick Army Defenders Set, I couldn't wait to show it to my daughters because I was sure that they would be excited to play with these.
The Click-A-Brick is different and harder in a way that the blocks have a 3D design. They are bigger than the regular-sized blocks. The colors are perfect for building tanks, robots and planes.
There is an instruction manual included to build 10 different figures but my daughters chose to build and personalize their creation. My 6 year old daughter doesn't have any difficulty in putting the blocks together and disassembling her creation.
My 4 year old daughter however, still needs help in clicking or putting the Click-A-Brick together and she can't take them apart on her own. She made a more simpler version of the plane but I'm glad that she did this on her own.

The Click-A-Brick is perfect for children who loves a little more challenge in building blocks. The Click-A-Brick is harder but for me is worth it because my daughters learn to make their imaginations work to build something from the blocks. With 100 pcs. of different shaped and colored Click-A-Bricks, my daughters have a lot of blocks to choose from when they're building and putting the blocks together.

You can purchase the Click-A-Brick Army Defenders Set HERE.

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  1. My youngest nephew is 5 & he would love these! He loves Legos, so I know these would be a big hit.

    1. If he's a fan of Lego, then he would love these! My daughters found these a bit more challenging but they love figuring out how to build these bricks. :)