That is the sound every day at the Fox house. We LOVE building with bricks. Lego, Duplo, any brand you can think of – we love them all.
My husband is the brickman. He loves playing with bricks with the kids and has really helped them develop a creative side that I never knew how to engage.
My son, age 4, loves to play with things that allow him to create his own, one-of-a-kind toy. The easiest way for him to do this type of play is with bricks, which is also why they are so popular in this house.
By engaging our kids in STEM activities, we help them unlock new ideas & learn to use their minds in creative and healthy ways.
Thankfully, Parker, creator of Brick Loot, also has a deep love for LEGO’s! As a boy who collected massive amounts of bricks, he quickly saw something missing in the marketplace, a subscription box for people who love LEGO’s and bricks! He took this as a hint and decided to act on this issue, by creating his own company! Parker, now age 13, with the help of his awesome parents, has launched this highly successful subscription box. As time goes on, and as Parker has grown, he keeps taking on more and more of the responsibility of running and managing the business.
Let’s help support child entrepreneurs by gifting someone you know a subscription to Brick Loot
But we all know that bricks aren’t just for kids!
With Brick Loot you can get new, exciting Lego’s and other compatible Bricks, along with other exciting items shipped to your home each month!
AWESOME ITEMS INCLUDED IN EACH BOX
Custom Kits with LEGO Bricks
Kits by famous LEGO Designers
Brick Loot Exclusives
Custom LEGO Minifigures
LEGO Compatible Products
We received the March 2018 Brick Loot Box
The March 2018 Brick Loot Box had the following items:
- Motorcycle Madness (Exclusive 100% LEGO Build Designed Set)
- Speedway Racer Arcade – with an LED Light Kit!
- Pinky’s Arcade Hat
- Arcade Mystery LEGO Minifigure
This months theme was Game On II – giving you several exciting arcade themes products.
We really liked the LED light that was included, which made the arcade game way more exciting and was extremely interesting for our 4 year old son.
What was kinda tricky were the directions – they were not like a typical LEGO instruction set. They showed several steps per step, making it sorta confusion for an adult, so it would probably be a tad tricky for a kid. This may have been a unique circumstance for only that one set/box. Just a heads up.
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