Christmas is a time for wonder, enchantment, anticipation, and excitement…. all emotions that kids definitely do best! That’s why the holiday season is so much fun – watching that glow in kids eyes and the smiles on their faces this time of year. Here’s something that will make their smiles even bigger, without breaking your budget! Gift them Zuru’s MAX Build More Premium Building Bricks Set from Walmart. The MAX Build More sets are so much more than meets the eye!
These construction block sets are fully compatible with other major brick brands – like LEGO. Yep – that’s right! No more spending hundreds of dollars on bricks for the kiddos! MAX Build More just swooped in for the rescue. Have existing LEGO sets? Great – because these can just add to the fun. You’ve just doubled your LEGO stash, while cutting the cost in half, if not more.
Can we talk quality here? Toys made for kids 3 years and up need to be sturdy and reliable. Just because they don’t carry that brand name doesn’t mean they aren’t the same incredible quality! These are legit. They are ready for little destructive hands that build and tear down, just to build again! Unfortunately for parents, they will also feel the same under a bare foot. 😉
Two other awesome features I have to point out – storage and creativity! The MAX Build comes with a MAX storage box that includes a locking lid. That makes them easy to pickup and store away for later. And when kids have trouble deciding what to build, pull out the included MAX Ideas Book to inspire their little creative minds. It offers unique suggestions for building, building, and building more!
This Max Build More Premium Building Bricks Set has 759 Bricks in it, and is just $19.87 exclusively at Walmart. I had to check that price twice, because an entire set that big, that is compatible with other sets for this cheap? I’ll just chalk it up to a Christmas miracle! 😉 And be sure to check out the other MAX Build More sets at Walmart, too. Christmas is about the kids, and MAX Build More is about saving money without sacrificing quality. Sounds like a GREAT combination to me!