Tegu’s new collection of eco-friendly wooden blocks feature clever, hi-tech design via inherent, safely hidden ‘mysterious’ magnets that allow children to create magical 3D like structures that really stack up. When Tegu blocks first hit the toy scene in Fall 2009, the small start-up company was overwhelmed by the sensational response and enthusiasm their blocks received from green parents and kiddos — and they simply couldn’t keep up their supply to fit the overwhelming demand for their product. The result: Tegu closed shop for a bit and the wait-list for their blocks grew to 2000+ eager builders. Today, Tegu is back in business, which is great news for eco kids and parents who are looking for a cool alternative to the typical building block.
Set apart by their hidden embedded magnets, Tegu Blocks allow kids to build amazingly complex designs and structures that can move, bend and stand up to rough play. Once configured as people, a tank, a car and more these blocks won’t easily break apart. Their strong magnets hold complicated structures in place and will delight kids and adults alike. Working with the polarity of the magnets also provides a great challenge and helps to generate critical thinking skills. Tegu blocks come in varying shapes including fun cubes, long planks, short planks and jumbo planks. They are packaged in an attractive, easy to recycle box, that’s strong enough to use as a carrying case. The box also boasts some fun educational facts for kids to ponder about trees, recycling, Honduras and more.
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