Review

Strictly Briks: 108 Piece Set/Baseplate Review!

We were recently sent a baseplate and a box of 108 building Briks from Strictly Briks to test out. When they opened up the box both Justin & Madison’s eyes lit up in excitement.

The box we were sent was recommended for ages 3 and upwards, perfect for my two as both are over the recommended age range. They were soon building towers, especially Madison. She was recognising the colours and counting Briks onto the baseplate as she got them out of the box on to the baseplate. The Briks were large and sturdy, they’re just as good as any premium range.

We all soon realised that the large Briks and baseplate was compatible with other bricks we already had owned. Actually Strictly Briks work with any other major building blocks, guaranteed for a tight fit which was fantastic! Over the years we had collected lots of other sets of blocks including some Duplo brick sets. It was great that we could incorporate all our blocks adding to my kids enjoyment.

Strictly Briks was founded in 2014 by father of two, Brian Semling, him and his family loved playing with toy bricks. Strictly Briks encourage children to be creative in their play and gives them the opportunity to build their imagination into reality. 

What I love about Strictly Briks is how they promote creativity through play. It’s nice to watch both my kids just play without prompts, watching their imaginations run wild. Even me and Scott, my husband joined in and started using our imaginations with the Briks too, Justin tried making rockets and see who did the tallest of towers! Everytime Justin played with these a lot but I forgot to take pictures.

These will definitely keep my kids building and creating new things for many years to come.

I was sent a green baseplate and a 108 piece set from Strictly Briks to review, all opinions are my own.

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