blocks Stories March 25, 2016

expiredFisher-Price Toys: Baby’s First Blocks plus Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack for $8.49, Laugh & Learn Smart Phone $8, more

Toys”R”Us is offering the Fisher-Price Baby’s First Blocks bundled with the Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack for $8.49 when you add both items to your cart. You can choose in-store pickup to avoid the $5.99 shipping fee or pad your order to $20 or more to get your order shipped free. That’s $3.50 less than Amazon’s current listing and the lowest we could find for the bundle by the same amount.

Baby’s First Blocks comes with five shapes to sort, and the Rock-A-Stack includes five rings to stack for your 6 month – 3 year old. Rated 4.7/5 stars from over 600 Amazon shoppers where it is a best-seller

We also found the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Smart Phone at Amazon for $7.99 Prime shipped. That’s $4 off the original list price and tied for the lowest we’ve ever seen for it at Amazon. It has 20+ sing-along songs, a slider that activates even more music, it teaches numbers, counting, greetings and more. Rated 4.4/5 stars from over 200 Amazon shoppers.

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You can save even more at Toys “R” Us with this $100 gift card for only $85!

blocks Stories December 2, 2015

expiredMelissa & Doug Toys up to 50% off: 60-piece Building Blocks $35, Car Carrier Truck & Cars Wooden Set $10, more

As part of the Gold Box Deals of the Day, Amazon offers up to 50% off Melissa and Doug Toys. There are a variety of toys for kids of all ages on sale today. As always, shipping is free with Prime (free trial) or on orders over $35. Here are our picks:

 

blocks Stories October 13, 2015

The BLOCKS modular smartwatch hit Kickstarter today and in just a few short hours it has flown past its initial $250,000 goal. There was a lot of hype initially surrounding its launch, which has proven to be well deserved.

BLOCKS was first teased back at CES with a promise of hitting the crowdfunding circuit this summer. The build-your-own watch offers a unique alternative to Apple Watch and Android Wear examples that are largely limited in function by their software capabilities. Although it took a little more time than originally expected, today’s response has been through the roof. Head below for more details.

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blocks Stories May 21, 2015

Who hasn’t been playing a video game and thought, “this is great, but I could’ve made it better.” Well now you can make it better with Bloxels. Just build the level you want using the color coded blocks in the real world, take a picture with your smartphone or tablet then customize the look on screen in the Bloxels app.

Check out the video below of Jack, age 9, building his own level and uploading it with his iPad. expand full story

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