Story Blox The Island Review (E-Blox)

Story Blox The Island
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What It Is

Enter the world of The Island and follow a mysterious light on the ocean's horizon. Introducing a new construction set from E Blox. This educational electronic building toy employs plug together bricks and modules. Readers build 8 different models while they follow the story of Seymour and his robot Robyn as they search for answers to this mystery. There are QR codes that can be read with a smartphone device adding an interactive element to this story driven building set. This is a STEAM toy for ages 8 and up, and takes 1 9 volt battery (not included). It contains over 100 parts and also comes with instructions on building the structures and the chapter THE ISLAND which comes from the Novelette EARTH ONE. A screwdriver is needed for battery installation. Kids learn skills in following directions, as well as use their own creativity while learning science and engineering.

Is It Fun?

This building sets contains over 100 parts. An educational electronic building toy that employs plug together bricks and modules. Young readers enter the world of THE ISLAND and follow a mysterious light on the ocean's horizon. Readers build 8 different models while they follow the story of Seymour and his robot Robyn as they search for answers to a mystery. There are QR codes that can be read with a smart device adding an interactive element to this story driven building set. 

Who It’s For

This is a STEAM toy for ages 8 and up. It's for the curious reader and perfect for the pensive science minded, who love using their hands in building sets. There are many components to this set besides just following instructions and building the directed structures. Young mystery enthusiasts who enjoy reading, using QR codes via a smart device, and the interest in following the story of THE ISLAND will get the most from this set.

What To Be Aware Of

E Blox takes 1 9 volt battery (not included) A screwdriver is needed for battery installation. Kids learn skills in following directions, as well as use their own creativity while learning science and engineering. A smart device is needed for reading the QR codes in the booklet. FYI, once built, the boat does not float.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    Easy


    1 9-volt battery required