Creative Child

Learning Illuminated

Laser Pegs Combine Light and Building Toys for an Optimal Learning Experience
by Winita Frederick on Aug 29th, 2016

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The different high contrast colors and shapes that snap together securely make Laser Pegs visually and tactilely stimulating. They provide a hands-on approach to learning that can be used in any home or classroom and across a wide age range of students. The low voltage current is less than 6 volts, so these parts are safe for kids ranging from 5 to 99 years old - for the grown up kids among us!

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A Creative Child favorite is the Laser Pegs Educational Series. Reading, writing, and arithmetic all become bright, three-dimensional subjects with this set. It comes with 12 Letter Blocks, 12 Number Blocks, 12 Word Blocks, and a 3D Lite Board with nearly 40 fun games to play. It’s perfect for preschool and early elementary school students who are learning spelling, simple sentence structures, and equations. It’s 100 percent compatible with all other Laser Peg construction kits, which means they’re compatible with LEGO blocks, too!

If your kids are older, they also have model sets that can be made into dozens of combinations to construct several creations. Take the Dragon kit, for example. The dragon can be made using all of the pieces in the kit, but it also comes with instructions for making a sea monster, moon capsule, giant robot, and rhino, to name a few.

 

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If you’re looking to revamp that toy chest with something more challenging or dynamic for your kids, this is it. Laser Pegs are a great addition to any home or classroom, and perfect for the upcoming school year. They provide great value for years of playful learning.

Winita is a staff writer at Scooterbay Publishing Inc. She has a bachelor's degree in English Literature and worked as a library assistant and elementary school tutor throughout college. When she's not writing, she enjoys outdoor exercise, reading at the library, and spending time with family and friends.

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