Play with blocks, learn Korean. It's child's play!
We admit it: we're blockheads. We love blocks.
So when we find beautiful blocks that look like a designer's dream and can teach over 100 words in Korean? Our happiness isn't just squared-- it's cubed.
are really kind of brilliant. Designed by a Korean dad in New York and handmade in Michigan by one of our favorite little companies, Father Goose, each set includes four beautiful, handprinted wooden blocks that can be combined to make over 120 Korean words. The enclosed booklet shows you how.
So not only are the blocks an engaging educational tool and a fun way to learn about another culture, but... my goodness, they're gorgeous. And reasonably priced, too, with the basic set selling for $17.50. Word's still out on whether the blocks can be used to spell OMIGOSHILOVETHAT.~Delilah
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