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7-Piece Soft Blocks Set by Early Childhood Resources

7-Piece Soft Blocks Set by Early Childhood Resources

Kids will love playing with the 7-Piece Soft Blocks Set. Oversized, soft blocks can be used to do everything from build a house or create an obstacle course.

This set of 7 Soft Blocks is designed to stimulate children's creativity and stacking skills, as well as promote gross motor skill development. Soft, sturdy, polyurethane foam shapes are covered in reinforced, phthalate-free vinyl to create a comfy and stimulating learning environment. This set of oversized blocks includes (4) 8" square blocks, (2) 8x8x16" blocks, and (1) 16x16x8" block.

Meets all requirements of CA-117 for fire retardancy
Safety Tested - CPSIA Compliant
Ages 1 year and up with adult supervision
Note: Colors may vary and are subject to change without notice

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Dimensions (Metric Conversion)
7-Piece Big Blocks - by Early Childhood Resources - ELR-0832
List Price: $249.99
You Save: $60.99 (32%)
Primary Colors
16"H x 8W x 8"D

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Additional Info

  • Assembly level/degree of difficulty: No Assembly Required
  • Made of
    Foam and stitched nylon
  • Dimension(s)
    16"H x 8W x 8"D

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 International shipping available.

Shipping Information

  • This item ships directly from the manufacturer. Item takes 1-3 days to process and leave their facility.
  • Item cannot be shipped to APO/FPO.
  • Express delivery not available.
  • Stacks and Stacks collects California and Pennsylvania sales tax only. The tax rate is based on the ship to address.



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Comment(s) about this item:
Jessi C: I looked everywhere for large flat blocks for my son to work on his physical therapy. Thank you for providing large flat sturdy foam blocks!
Shala C: I have a 10 and half month old that has gone from jumping and bouncing to climbing on everything and she climbed onto her brothers train table so i figured maybe i can get her climbing on something a little safer and keep her from climbing onto furniture just yet.