This building toy for kids encourages more outdoor play while also sparking problem solving and creative thinking skills. The silicone connectors and dowels help kids build forts, create shapes, and explore with their imaginations.
Instructions: Follow the instructions according to the included card; video tutorial also available
Silicone connectors are great for building forts, toys, animal kingdoms, or geometric shapes; they can also be used with natural sticks
Promotes problem-solving, team building skills, imaginative dexterity, design discovery, and hands-on learning
Encourages imaginative, open-ended play in nature
Silicone connectors are durable, reusable, weather-resistant, and safe (RoHS & complies by EN-71 Series)
Connectors accommodate sticks or dowels with diameter of 0.38‚Äù - 1.25‚Äù
For ages 6+
Please note: Not meant for chewing on, swallowing, or suspending weight. Dowels must be used under adult supervision
Dowels sourced from USA
Made in Taiwan
19 silicone connectors in bright colors (4 huckleberry blue, 4 starfish red, 4 pardon my purple, 6 monarch orange, 1 grasshopper green) with cotton tote, 18 birch dowels: (14) 36" x 0.63" diameter, (4) 48" x 0.5" diameter, and
Fort Materials: 4" x 4" x 48"; Constructed Fort: 60" x 36" x 60"
100% silicone, birch wood, cotton
Stick connectors are top rack dishwasher safe. Machine wash cotton tote
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Stick-lets are a building toy for kids that brings a new dimension to playing with sticks—and encourages budding builders to spend more time outside, too.
The flexible and durable silicone connectors lend a bendy hand during fort building missions, shape-making sessions, or any kind of playing-with-sticks games kids come up with.
Maker Christina Kazakia created Stick-lets after reminiscing with childhood friends. She realized all their favorite memories happened while playing outside. Christina decided to make a tool to encourage kids to explore the great outdoors and extend those playtime possibilities. And, at the same time, the simple silicone shapes help spark kids' developing problem solving and creative thinking skills, too.