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Build Bonanza is a set of four different colored strips of building block material that can be used as the foundation for other blocks. KIds can get creative, use this base layer as the ground work for a larger idea, then use whatever other blocks they already have to build something creative and stunning. There is no limit to the ideas and creativity that can be afforded children, but this flexible building block tape gives them a chance to make flexible shapes.
The cost of Build Bonanza is $19.99 plus $5.99 shipping, for a total price of $25.98. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: buildbonanza.com
Use this block based surface and attach Legos, Kreo, and Megabloks.
This fun strip is bendable and flexible. Shape it however you want. The building block tape lays the literal ground work for creative ingenuity. Go around curves, even line something up over a counter top edge or along baseboards in their room.
With this block base you can watch kids build around corners, across other toys, or along curved surfaces.
This sticky adhesive will stick to anything. So kids can literally turn any surface into a new work space for their building blocks.
The large spools of base can be cut and repositioned as needed to create custom designs. Kids can literally build racetracks, train tracks, a three dimensional world with people trekking across the lands, and more. The best part is how compatible it is with most building blocks.
Cut the strips as needed.
Peel them back when you want to move them, then reattach them elsewhere.
Stick them onto a location, then build away. Watch how easily you can stick a strip of block onto a kitchen counter or bed railing, then stick other blocks on top.
There are four different colors so kids can pick and choose how they want to use their imagination. The green strips are great for making land based creations while the blue is perfect for ocean waves. White or red are ideal for other surfaces too.
One of the main questions is how long the adhesive will last. There is limited information on what really makes it stick to other surfaces, and what other surfaces it will stick to. That said, there is also no telling when it will stop sticking. Naturally this does not mean it is the end of the toy and its usefulness. It will still bend, flex, and shape around different objects, it just might not stick any longer.
While this idea is great, the tape only comes in two piece widths. Of course, the tape is meant as a stepping stone, a figurative building block on which kids can make other creations using whatever blocks they have. Still, it is only two notches wide which means kids will have to get creative about sticking more than one piece together at a time.
The four colors provided are great, but they are the only options. Kids cannot get base colors beyond these four.
This makes a great gift if you know for a fact that a recipient already has blocks which will work with it. If they do not, then this is technically only half of a gift because it does not come with blocks so they would need to buy their own.
Build Bonanza is a new idea that helps kids to unleash their creativity. These building block strips let kids build across any surface, and even lets them build upside down. With Build Bonanza, the magic rests in the dual layer construction. A flexible studded layer is on top which combines with the sticky adhesive below. This lets it stick to anything time and time again. Transform regular structures, designs, or creative ideas into something better.
There are really no other competing products which are just strips of flexible material like this. Competing items focus heavily on supplying a base, often an inflexible square shape or rectangle. This flat base does not stick to anything else nor can it really be cut into smaller pieces. Moreover, these bases are not sold separately and are often only found if they are included in a kit. Kits present issues for kids today though because they take away the magic, the creativity, and the fun that was once associated with building blocks. Companies like Lego sell kits which come with special pieces and special instructions so that kids can make one particular thing, and one thing only. No longer are kids challenged or allowed to simply open a box of blocks, see what is inside, and try to make something out of it.
With twenty four feet of building block tape, kids can mix and match colors, build bridges, waves, roads, castles, lay a base for building something that goes up and down or curves. Imagination is key here.
While these strips are quite safe, it is best that an adult be responsible for cutting the long strips into smaller pieces if that is necessary. Adults can safely avoid sharp edges or at least file them down if the cutting produces them.
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Put on wall before bed. My 3 year old woke up with all lego tape stuck to him and blanket. What a waste of time building and money because it will never stick to anything again. Does not stick to any surface for long. Maybe if you contact cement it to wall it would stay but who wants to have it permanently there. Good idea but not good product. Also lego blocks don't stay on unless you have them exactly right which is hard for adults much less kids of any ages. What a waste of time and money.
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