STEM Toys: Junior Engineering Building Set Review

My younger boys (ages 3 & 5) were so excited to do their first unboxing on YouTube. They love watching these videos and they love watching themselves now. We were given a chance to try out this Junior Engineer Building Set, I knew my boys would love this toy almost all kids love building things and my kids are no different. When opening this set the first thing I noticed was that there wasn’t any instructions, it came with a book of 32 model ideas but only two of them actually show you piece by piece on how to put them together. At first I was a little disappointed by this but I realized this is a STEM toy and kids using their imagination and creating things on their own is most likely the point of this toy. My boys are to young to follow any of the models, they needed a lot of help to put everything together. Which is also a good thing because it makes it so my husband and I have to get on the ground and play with them and use our imaginations too.


Some of the models in the booklet

What I love most about this engineering set is how big the pieces are. They are very small kid friendly my boys had no problem connecting pieces once they were showed how to do it. My boys played with this toy for hours after they opened it along with their sisters who are 9, 10, and 12. With Christmas around the corner this would be a great toy to give to a boy or a girl. I know we will be giving our kids another set or two.

You can find this toy here:

Engineering Construction Toy Set | 62 PC Gear and Building Block Set That Promotes STEM Learning, Educational Toys for Kids Ages 3, 4, 5+

Building a bus for imaginext guys


Like I said before this is a great educational toy to give to kids of all ages, I love toys that get them off electronics and make them use their imagination. The price is great too at $21 you really can’t go wrong. This is just such a great and engaging toy.
This post may contain affiliate links. I was given this product free to test and give my honest review on. 

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