Age Recommendation 3+ Years
Proportion, balance, structure, and color – Dado Cubes combine art and science as kids explore real architectural principles.
It's an exciting twist on classic building blocks! Young imaginations are engaged as the slits on each cube are interlocked to create an unlimited number of three-dimensional structures.
Constructed horizontally, vertically, or nested together, these blocks invite visual-spatial development and problem-solving for all ages through design-centered, attention-grabbing fun.
And the best part – Every configuration, no matter how you put them together, ends up looking like a brilliant piece of architectural art!
Help your young genius develop a keen eye for form, design, color, size, shape, and space with the beautifully creative delight of Dado Cubes.
- Set of 10 cubes scaled from 1 to 5 inches that connect via slits along edges
- Encourages fine motor skills, visual-spatial skills, creativity, experimentation, planning, self-esteem
- Every configuration looks like a beautiful piece of architectural art!
- Structures can be built over 32 inches tall
- Nest them inside each other for easy storage
- No matter how they're built, the structures look beautiful and fascinating
- Made entirely of durable, heavy gauge plastic
- BPA-Free, exceptionally safe
- Developed, manufactured, and assembled in the U.S.A.
Dado is a Favorite Toy of Children...a Favorite Tool of Professionals
Employed by Occupational Therapists: "Dado helps children improve fine motor skills, including hand strength, finger dexterity, and coordination of small muscle movements. With mastery of the movements required to fit the cubes together, children take obvious pride in their creative constructions. Psychosocially, children develop skills as they share ideas and talk about their play goal."
Elizabeth Paskar, Occupational Therapist, Missouri
Endorsed by Classroom Teachers: "The open-ended nature of Dado Cubes, their unique groove-connecting assembly, and the challenge of achieving the highly desired perfect balance draw children in. As my students are busy building, talking through their plans, and making adjustments, I am amazed by their critical thinking and problem solving skills."
Stacy Coulter, Kindergarten Educator, Kansas