I was most excited about the Lincoln Logs - simply because they brought back memories of my cousin and I playing with them as children. The Fort Hudson set came with these 70 pieces.
There was a little booklet that showed step-by-step instructions on how to build the fort.
My kids both liked the little man that was included. They even found one of their little horses to put in the fort. I feel like Lincoln Logs are very easy for children to build with and the possibilities are endless.
The Farmyard Friends Building Set was perfect for Isabella. Even though it is recommended for ages 3+, at 2 years old, she can play with these. It comes with 47 fun pieces.
The box is supposed to house the pieces, but it is cardboard and I have visions of my kids ripping the handles off soon. We'll just throw the pieces in with a similar set that we already own. The back of the box has a few fun ideas, but kids can let their imaginations run wild with these pieces.
Visit K'NEX to learn more and to view all of their gift ideas. They have sets for pre-schoolers on up to ages 9 and over!
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