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Clicformers: This building kit lets you be creative

Kidsday reporter Kelsie Kennedy tested the building set

Kidsday reporter Kelsie Kennedy tested the building set Clicformers. Credit: Newsday / Pat Mullooly

I tested out and played with Clicformers: Basic Set (Clics Toys) and I thought it was amazing. These colorful, connectable and shapable pieces are fun to put together and take apart. They are clicking and stacking pieces, and you can construct anything from buildings to play robots and more.

I liked how easy it was to break apart. I thought it was better for younger kids, but I still liked it. I loved how you could make any designs. It had an amazing style. The kit I had has 70 pieces, but you can get bigger kits as well.

Ages: 4 and older

Rating: 5 smiles out of 5

Kathryn Hunter’s fourth-grade class, South Country Elementary School, Bay Shore

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