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Building and construction toys have been a fixture in playrooms since, well, forever, and there are several reasons for their enduring appeal. "Directions aren't necessary, no rules or instructions are needed. Children are just provided space to grow,
Teaching Our Children Organization, Part 2 Saturday, February 15, 2014 After my last column on Teaching Our Children, which was based around learning to do laundry, the next logical subject seemed to be organizing skills of a more general nature.
Lego bricks are generally awesome, and by all accounts The Lego Movi e, opening this weekend, is as well. So we thought we'd make sure the folks at Lego didn't get too full of themselves by reminding the world of the worst toys, figures and building
02:31 PM MST Updated: 01/11/2014 03:02:42 PM MST The St. Paul Pioneer Press last talked to Austin Granger in 2012 when the University of Minnesota undergraduate was becoming a YouTube sensation...Paul bedroom with a massive 40,000-piece Rube
When A Brilliant Computer Science Student Decides To Make An Epic Creation, You Get This Whoa. This enormous structure may look just like a toy, but it's so much more than that...Austin Granger, a University of Minnesota computer science student,
25 November 2013 8 shares 14 View comments These are the staggering images of one teenager's enormous contruction made entirely from K'Nex. Nick Cottreau, from Nova Scotia, Canada, spent more than six months and used more than 25,000 of the toy
The 25-foot-long, 8-foot-high suspension bridge, designed to support a 100-pound hanging concrete panel, was composed of more than 10,000 K'NEX pieces, a popular children's toy, according to associate architecture professor Craig Baltimore. The
Ohio For Bill and Kelisa Boden, 200,000 Legos are the building blocks of a new business. The couple recently opened Build It, a hands-on educational center that uses Legos, K'Nex, and Duplo to motivate children to learn basic scientific principles.
February 07, 2013 K’NEX, the only US construction toy company focused on Building Worlds Kids Love®, recently announced their fifth annual fundraising initiative benefiting United Way. K’NEX is donating 10% of sales from knex.com during
January 24, 2013 Robert Haines, Chief Financial Officer of K’NEX has accepted a mission of a lifetime by committing to be honored at the North Penn United Way’s Superheroes United for Kids fundraising event on May 3, 2013. The event,