ASDA has a great price on a 26 piece wooden block set, which they’re selling for £3. It doesn’t actually seem to be reduced at all, but £3 still seems like a fantastic price for such traditional childhood blocks to me.
I’m quite surprised by these blocks as they strike me as being very similar to what I would have had as a child, although I’d be suspicious of the quality – which is why having a review system on a website, is so useful. People who’ve bought this set are surprised by the price, especially in relation to the quality, and without fail their children have liked it.
The ASDA Play and Learn A – Z Wooden Blocks are made from 100% ethically sourced wood and according to the website, it comes with FSC approval. Whatever that means, it sure sounds good. The sale of this product also supports the Tommy’s charity.
Each block contains two letters of the alphabet in bright colours, and four pictures carved out of the wood of items beginning with those letters.
All in all, not a bad little gift for a little person.
Thanks to Lucerysmum at HUKD