Stretch, shimmy, and warp these brilliantly simple rubber joints to connect sticks into a structure of your own invention. The 40 reusable pieces in this set include a variety of 2- and 3-hole connectors in a woodsy palette of orange, green and black. Each piece is made of kid-safe, durable silicone that will stand up to harsh weather while keeping your stick-based structures intact. There are no rules for how to use these flexible bands, meaning kids are free to roam wherever their imagination takes them. An award-winning toy that promotes creative problem solving and hands-on learning, and will most certainly get them off the couch and back to nature. Suitable for ages 6 and up.
Designed in Philadelphia and made in Taiwan
Pieces vary in size
See packaging for care instructions
STICK-LETS® were invented by industrial designer and mama of two, Christina Kazakia, while studying at Rhode Island School of Design. Her passion for play-based learning and nature empowered her to create tools to help reconnect children with the great outdoors. Her fondest memories took place immersed in Mother Nature –– building forts, exploring the forest and nurturing her imagination. She hopes today's children will reflect on similar experiences later in life. The business launched in 2012 and the studio is based out of Philadelphia, PA.