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ShapeMaker Regular = larger block sizes vis-à-vis ShapeMaker Mini
One block set makes 100+ creature faces! The 6 sides of each of the 25 cubes in the set are printed with clever patterns such that one can create hundreds of unique faces, creatures or patterns. A booklet of suggestions is included inside every set; following the suggestions is quite challenging and one error (say, using the incorrect side of one of the blocks) may result in having to start from scratch. Yes, hours of play guaranteed!
Environmentally-friendly, hand-printed blocks.
ShapeMaker and FaceMaker Blocks are compatible with each other for even more creative fun.
Product Box: 8.25" x 8.25" x 1.75"
25 blocks. Each block is a cube with side 1.75".
ASTM, CPSIA compliant
Designed in England. Manufactured in Thailand.
About the Brand
Zoe Miller and David Goodman form the English team MillerGoodman. They create innovative puzzles that encourage open-ended play that nurture the imagination. Their products are award-winning modern design classics. With every toy they make, they thoughtfully combine their own design with the creative and abstract world of a child. By producing and combining simple shapes and numerous patterns, children are encouraged to expand their creativity and play again, and again.
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