Category: Construction Week

Clicformers Twitter Giveaway

We are very excited to be able to give away one set of Clicformers to three lucky winners on Twitter this week, courtesy of the lovely people at Magformers! For more information about our giveaway please head over to our Twitter Page to find our Competition Tweet. To enter […]

Review: Stems by Learning Resources UK

We’ve been putting the children’s fine motor skills and creativity into action this week with this brightly coloured, exciting construction toy Stems by Learning Resources UK. What are they? Stems are bright coloured, ‘C’ shaped, plastic construction toys that can be popped/zipped to one another to build anything a […]

Review: Clicformers Transportation Set

As part of our focus on Aeroplanes this week on The SEN Resources Blog, we’ve been fortunate enough to try out the Clicformers Transportation Set.  It was our first time playing with Clicformers and we were very impressed with how fun, educational and unique they are.  Clicformers are […]

Construction Themed Toys, Books and Activities 

I love Imaginative Play, it’s wonderful watching children make sense of our world through pretending. It also develops a number of skills including social skills, language and creativity. We’ve been focusing this week on Construction Imaginative Play. Here’s our collection of activities, toys and resources for children that […]

Review: Construction Saver Pack 

We’ve been playing with toy construction vehicles and building as part of our focus on Construction Imaginative Play this week on SEN Resources Blog. But why should Imaginative Play and Fun be limited to play time? We don’t think is should and that’s one of the reasons we’ve […]

Construction Themed Books for Kids 

This week is all about ‘Construction Imaginative Play‘ on our blog. Here’s 14 of our favourite ‘construction themed’ books: (amazon affiliate links) -I love, love, love Rosie Revere Engineer and its message on gender equality and not giving up. I would highly recommend it. It’s currently my children’s […]