Mega Bloks

Mega Bloks, First Builders Review

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Do you have a young child that would love to put just about anything into their mouth? I do!

I am constantly on the alert as to what my toddler will find on the ground and sequentially put into her mouth. I am always on the lookout for things she can learn and play with while not giving me a heart attack!

Playtime should be fun and not full of “no! Don’t put that in your mouth!” Ideally this will be an enjoyable time for you AND your child.

father tossing boy in the air

Building blocks are popular among a wide range of age groups. Younger children like to blocks spelling playplay with bigger blocks (like Mega Bloks) while older children like to build with smaller blocks (like Legos).

These categories can also be expanded to adults who are still children at heart;)

 

**Among the many roles I fill I am a mother, aunt, and former elementary school teacher. I have had the opportunity to work with many children in a large variety of settings. The things I share will be based on my experiences in these roles.

 

My Experience with Mega BloksMega Bloks car

My daughter got her first Mega Bloks on her 1st Birthday. Fitting, right?! They came with a little car whose roof and interior allowed her to stack her blocks.

She first enjoyed taking things apart that I stacked for her and now she is beginning to try to stack things herself.

She loves to play with a variety of toys and I enjoy helping her figure each of them out.

She is starting to explore things more and now has an interest in stacking and building things, not just knocking them down.

 

So, what are we looking at below?

First Builders Big Building Bag by Mega Brands (Try saying that 10x fast!)

 

Product at a Glance

80 large, colorful blocks

Includes special shapes

Storage bag

 

Introduction and Use

The blocks come in a variety of colors and a handy storage bag is included for when the time comes to put them away.

These blocks are versatile and can be used for countless building options, the imagination is key!

They work particularly well with children between the ages of 1-5.

Mega Bloks could be an awesome gift, a fun addition to your child’s toy collection at home, and/or an addition to a teacher’s classroom collection.

This is a great way to encourage interactions with other kids, sharing and cooperative play.

They can also be used with many other Mega Bloks products.

 

*This review is based on my own research of the product.

Please scroll to the bottom to see the review chart.

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Have you bought this product? What was your experience? Please share in the comments below!

 

 

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Mega Bloks First Builders

8.8

Durability

8.5/10

Stackability

8.5/10

Ease of Use

9.0/10

Storage Options

9.0/10

Pros

  • Larger blocks make it easier for little hands to work with.
  • Easily put together and taken apart.
  • Too big to fit in the mouth.

Cons

  • Some come apart too easily.
  • Mainly single/double blocks.
  • Some blocks are oddly shaped.

2 thoughts on “Mega Bloks, First Builders Review”

  1. Hey Heidi, I came across this review and it really made me smile. These building bloks were my sons favorite toy when he was a toddler.

    Really well written review, and I particularly love one of your ‘pro’ points that they are ‘too big to fit in mouth’ because its not nice having a near heart attack every time your wee one puts something bizzare in their mouth, leaving an emotionally frazzled parent to fish it out using their little finger 😀

    Great post. Thanks

    Steven

    Reply
    • Thank you so much for sharing your experience! That is great your son loved these bloks as well. It is so true, the little ones put everything in their mouths! I agree, it is nice to have some things around that don’t add to the heart attack haha. Thanks for stopping by!

      Reply

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