"Let me start off by telling you that these are the coolest thing our house has ever reviewed. Yep, I said it. The coolest!! We received two Rokenbok building sets to review. The first one was the Rok Works Construction and Action Set. Oh…my…goodness! If you have a little boy around the ages of 5-8 (recommended for 6 and up), you have to get one of these..."
I was so focused on "making something" that I completely ignored the fact that my child A) loves blocks and B) has a huge imagination. She taught me a huge lesson about how important imaginitve play is for children of all ages, and that I should probably use mine more.
"I feel like I’ve had an overload of girl’s products in my spotlight reviews and giveaways lately and that this would fall in that “boy” category however after playing with it my girls LOVE these products! My kids are all very creative, love to build things so I knew they would love the Rokenbok toys."
"From an early age, Raileigh has loved to build things. We have introduced her to several types of blocks in hopes of encouraging and promoting this interest. Recently, I learned about a company called Rokenbok. Rokenbok creates a unique style of blocks that are unlike any I have seen before."
One of the favorites for building toys this year is Rokenbok. These fantastic building sets really had me impressed. Built to withstand the boys that are playing with them, these sturdy sets provide hours of fun and action. Remote controlled features add to the imaginative play. These are perfect for the holidays, and highly recommended!
"The wireless controller 'is fun and feels like a big kid toy,' according to 5 year old Jonah. That's good because this set can be used with the sets Rokenbok makes for older children...I knew that Jonah would love this toy, but I was surprised how much his Dad and I enjoy playing with it!"
"The first night, I even snuck back after the boys went to bed to do a little more construction with the set. For all the Dads out there, this is a toy you will love just as much as your children. I already have a Power Sweeper and Monorail on the kids’ (Dad’s!) holiday list. They just do not make toys like this anymore..."