Brik Buster~Holiday 2017’s must-have game…(and more!)

Strictly Briks has come out with one of the neatest games for kiddos 3 and up called BRIK BUSTER!

The name alone made my boys squeal with excitement!  This colorful block building and connecting game was a game that all three of children enjoyed!  The object of the game is to construct the building by using the given baseplates and stackable BRIKS. My boys (7 & 9)  they enjoyed figuring out how to construct the building so that it was ready to be knocked down, which required concentration and patience…as a parent I am ALL FOR THAT! Once the construction is complete child it is time for each player to take a turn using the tiny hammer and attempt to dislodge a piece without causing the tower to tumble.  My daughter (3) had a blast trying to figure out how to use the hammer and knock only 1 BRIK out without having the entire building crash to the floor (honestly she enjoyed watching that happen too!).  When it fell to the ground they were all excited to build it again and decided to take it to another level by trying to construct something new and reinvent the game!


After all of the excitment with the game was over I was anxious to introduce them to the Strictly Briks building bricks that were silicone and in an array of bright colors!  This allowed their creative juices to flow!  The kids liked the fact that the BRIKS were made from a “soft, bendy, rubbery” material and they thought it was “so cool”  because it made things become “more 3D”. I was taking pictures non-stop of the many creations!



All of these components are great for encouraging STEM learning skills!

“STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines-science, technology, engineering and mathematics-in an interdisciplinary and applied approach”



Strictly Briks is a fun, creative and educational toy that leads to hours of play!  A GREAT buy for the holiday!

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