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My Family Builders, 16 Piece Set

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Stack ‘em up and swap ‘em out. This thoughtfully designed block set is both an interactive game and a celebration of diverse families. The 16 interchangeable, magnetic pieces are hand-crafted from wood and adorned with a diverse array of faces, arms, and legs. Build all kinds of friends by stacking the pieces one atop another while demonstrating how varied we can all look. Each block is painted with non-toxic, water based paint, and can be mixed and matched to create 120 different combinatio… See More

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Stack ‘em up and swap ‘em out. This thoughtfully designed block set is both an interactive game and a celebration of diverse families. The 16 interchangeable, magnetic pieces are hand-crafted from wood and adorned with a diverse array of faces, arms, and legs. Build all kinds of friends by stacking the pieces one atop another while demonstrating how varied we can all look. Each block is painted with non-toxic, water based paint, and can be mixed and matched to create 120 different combinations. The included cards guide players through five kinds of games, all designed to promote creative thinking, hand-eye coordination, and social skills like empathy and acceptance. A wonderful toy for parents and educators to teach love and acceptance. Suitable for ages 1 and up.


Eco-friendly wood, non-toxic water based paint, neodymium magnets
Box is 9.8” l x 7.3” w x 3” h
Made in the US
To clean, wipe down with a damp towel

About My Family Builders

In 2015, the founder of My Family Builders was looking for presents for his friends’ children. He just assumed he would be able to find a doll set that would resemble their multiracial family. He tried store after store, but couldn’t find a single one that even came close. Not only that, he also realized that there weren’t toys that represented families with two dads or two moms, single-parent families, or blended families. He discussed this dilemma with some friends and together, they were inspired to do something about it. After long deliberations on design, child psychology, and education, they came up with the idea of an open-ended educational wooden toy that would encourage young children to embrace family diversity through play.