City Traffic Building Blocks

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Beautiful & Well Designed
Inspire imaginative play, to educational games that encourage learning and development.
Durable Toys
Sturdy toys that are designed to endure toughest of playtimes.
Environmental Friendly Materials
Eco friendly toys made from wood, natural rubber and other plastic free materials.
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The building blocks can stimulate the baby's ability to cultivate children's interest; reasonable combination of collocation awareness and space imagination; it can let our baby to know the different colors and shapes; It also can exercise the baby's hand eye coordination and understanding of geometry.


 It is particularly challenging and enjoyable for toddlers and preschoolers who are eager to learn about their environment.

Benefits of playing building blocks include:

  • Developing problem-solving capabilities, critical thinking and building both fine and gross motor skills.
  • Building blocks are not only beneficial for children's development, they also help with mental, physical and social growth. 


  • If kids can't concentrate, then they'll find it hard to build good communication skills. One of the great benefits of stacking blocks for toddlers is building concentration.
  • To be able to engage meaningfully with others requires well developed concentration level and cognitive thinking.  
  • Building Spatial Awareness is a great benefit of blocks for toddlers. Spatial awareness requires knowledge of forms, spaces, places, directions, and movement.
  • This is a fundamental skill to develop before toddler can understand how other object work. Simply sitting down to play blocks with your toddler naturally introduces this concept.