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The K’NEX Tinkertoy Transit Building Set is designed to encourage young builders to play and learn. Builders ages 3+ can create a train, garage, bridge and more or accelerate their imagination with other ideas! The colorful guide provides a variety of ideas for all building skill levels and includes 15 easy-to-assemble ideas for all skill levels.
The newly redesigned Tinkertoy Transit set includes 150 durable, lightweight plastic pieces that snap together and stay together for long-lasting play. You’ll find the nostalgic Tinkertoy pieces you remember, plus unique parts such as bendable rods, wheels, and eyes, so your child can add personality to their creations along with an adorable buildable figure to encourage imaginative role play. Plus it comes in a durable box with lid for easy storage and portability.
Thanks to K’NEX, my youngest son received a Tinkertoy Transit Building Set that he now plays with nearly every single day. His favorite thing to build is the windmill, but he also likes to build the train as well as making things with the eyes. He thought it was absolutely hilarious when he put eyes on the windmill. He’s weird (gets it from his dad). He has generally been able to play with this toy completely on his own although he has needed help a few times separating pieces. My favorite part is that it comes in a durable box!
The Tinkertoy Transit Building Set is available at retailers nationwide as well as online at Amazon.com for around $44 (you can buy it now on Amazon for only $29.99!). If you have a child who has a big imagination and loves to pretend play and build things, this toy set will not disappoint!
Disclosure: K’NEX provided me with the information for this post and free product(s) as a thank you for this post. I was not required to write a positive review. Any expressed opinion is completely my own. View my official disclosure policy.
Hi there! I'm Jenny, a coffee-addicted, busy-body, work at home mom of two insane boys. I love football, cooking, Deadliest Catch, video games, Wordpress, and CSS (I'm kindof a geek). Feel free to say hi! We can be nerdy together.