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Family Diversity Blocks

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  • Create one-of-a-kind characters and families with over 1000 possible combinations
  • Great conversation starter for parents and educators to talk about diversity
  • A great gift for all families, teachers, and schools
  • Educational games recommended for ages 3+
  • Made in China
Materials
Eco-friendly hardwood, non-toxic water based paint, neodymium magnets, and paper cards
32 Piece Set includes
32 handcrafted magnetic wooden blocks that come in 12 sizes: 8 adult heads, 8 kid heads, 4 big bodies, 4 small bodies, 4 big legs, 4 small legs, and 3 additional "make up a character" blocks (head, body, and legs)
48 Piece Set includes
48 handcrafted magnetic wooden blocks that come in 12 sizes: 16 adult heads, 16 kid heads, 4 big bodies, 4 small bodies, 4 big legs, 4 small legs, 3 additional "make up a character" blocks (head, body, and legs), and 25 game cards to play 5 fun, educational games designed for different age stages ( 3, 4, 5, and 6+)
Ages
1+
Dimensions
32 Piece Set: 7.55" x 3.15" x 6.10"; 48 Piece Set: 9.96" x 3.15" x 7.28"
Weight
32 Piece Set: 2.5 lbs; 48 Piece Set: 3.12 lbs

Reviews
5 avg. (3 reviews)


Family Diversity Blocks

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This set of interchangeable wooden dolls is what we’ll call a kids’ diversity toy. It encourages little ones to build all sorts of different families—whether they look like their own, or are a multi-cultural blend of all the blocks in the box. The hardwood pieces are finished with non-toxic paint and stack with magnets. It’s a fun way to build (and create new combinations) as well as celebrate that not every family looks alike.

Ez Karpf

Ez Karpf was on the hunt for a specific gift—a multiracial doll—when he noticed a lack of kids’ diversity toys available. So he decided to make his own to represent all types of families.

MyFamilyBuilders lets kids stack up their own little people that might look just like them, or might look more like the world around them. It’s a playful way to expose little ones to different faces and types of families in the world. The combinations are (almost) endless, as is the fun of creating them.

The blocks are made with strong magnets that keep them stacked, and eco-friendly hardwood finished with non-toxic paint. While he was researching about toys, Ez learned that children learn best through play. His are sure to gets kids playing, while they celebrate diversity.