Strictly Briks wins 2 Seals of Approval from The National Parenting Center
Posted by Strictly Briks on Jan 26th 2018
We’re thrilled to announce that two of our toys and games were given Seals of Approval by The National Parenting Center. Our 3D Playset: The Cube & Creatorz and our Brik Buster game were both awarded the TNPC Holiday 2017 Seal of Approval and we couldn’t be happier.
Founded in 1989, The National Parenting Center provides parenting advice through interactive systems. They began The National Parenting Center’s Seal of Approval program in 1990 to identify the best products and services for children. They not only look into educational and entertaining products and equipment but also travel destinations for families. Parents and children test the products and judge them through playing, building, and reading about each one.
Check out what The National Parenting Center had to say about our games and toys:
"Testers were impressed with the design [and felt] Strictly Briks clearly put a lot of thought into this toy. The box set comes with over 100 building blocks, enough to create a tower five stories high and a toy hammer for demolition purposes. [The game] promotes hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity and strategic thinking through the building and knocking down of the various pillars… Another big positive is that these pieces are compatible with other large brick brands/sets, so if your kids already have Duplos you can feel assured that you aren’t adding an entirely new system into the building block container." Learn more and buy Brik Buster here.
3D Playset: The Cube & Creatorz:
"The aspect of this playset that resonated most with testers was how it celebrated open-ended creativity and design. Many other larger and more well-known ubiquitous brands have tended to be sets where there is a specific end product design that just gets put on a shelf to gather dust. Strictly Briks shuns that idea and embraces the concept that kids need more hands-on outlets to express themselves. The Cube and Creatorz comes with bases to build a cube and then loads more block shaped pieces in a variety of shapes and colors that can be created on any of the sides… Your child can make whatever he or she wants, there are no rules or specific steps to follow so the sky is the limit. Parents felt that this blank canvas… resulted in kids who were excited to explore but then happy to tear down and start again. Testers also felt the price for this set was much more reasonable than other sets on the market." Check out our 3D Playset: The Cube & Creatorz.