Guidecraft PowerClix


This review introduces the latest awesome toy from Guidecraft: PowerClix! PowerClix let children explore and build endless models with magnetic force that creates a quick connect for fast, simple, and powerful 3D modeling. Colorful translucent plastics and unique geometric shapes and extender rods allow for open-ended, creativity-inspiring constructions.

powerclixIncluded is a PowerClix Activity Guide, which gives young builders step-by-step instructions on how to create a variety of models while teaching them the basics of science, construction, and engineering. Here are examples of the cool structures your children can design!

powerclix fish


powerclix bridge

PowerClix are recommended for children ages 5+, but my almost 2-year old and almost 4-year old really enjoyed playing with them together! My daughter said she was making hats…and my son enjoyed taking the hats apart.

Playing with PowerClix

Play with Powerclix

Lydia plays with Powerclix

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BUY IT! PowerClix are available in 4 different sets: 18 pieces (RV $24.95), 36 pieces ($49.95), 52 pieces ($79.95), and 68 pieces ($99.95).

WIN IT! What’s great about this Guidecraft Educator group is that each month, one of us will be hosting the giveaway of a product that we have all reviewed. This month, visit Simply Stacie to enter to win a set of PowerClix.

*I received the aforementioned product for free to review as a Guidecraft Educator. The opinions expressed are honest and provided without monetary compensation.

About Dr. Carrie Wells.

Dr. Carrie Wells is a college instructor, blogger, wife, and work-at-home mother to two young children, Lydia (age 4) and Bryce (age 2). Dr. Wells graduated from the University of Florida in 2001 with a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education and in 2002 with a Master’s degree in special education. After teaching children ages 3 – 21 with varying abilities for several years, she completed her Doctorate in special education in 2008 from Nova Southeastern University. After becoming a mother in 2009, Dr. Wells began blogging as Huppie Mama, writing about child development, healthy eating, crafts, and natural living.
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