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Light Up Your Legos with LiteBrix

By Arredmon @mamachallenge
Wow Mom Wednesday:

Light Up Your Legos with LiteBrix
The turkey hasn't even been bought but the Christmas presents are already beginning to build (waiting for someone to wrap them.) While my son has alerted me he wants only one thing from Santa this year (a Thomas the Tank Engine Trackmaster set that is almost impossible to find), I know that he'll still expect a few other things under the tree. However, since he's got a LOAD of Thomas already and has also created quite a Lego inventory, where does a mama look for ideas. 

What to get, What to get, What to get.

Designed to shine a light on kids’ creativity, the Lite Brix Super Light Building Systemfrom Cra-Z-Art is the next level of building blocks. The light-up building construction sets feature translucent bricks with battery powered LEDs (via a battery pack) that cycles through four different colors.
Light Up Your Legos with LiteBrix
Your kids can transform their creations into spectacularly-lit masterpieces for daytime or nighttime play, but best of all – these building blocks can work with your other sets (hello, Legos!) While we got to get our hands on a “Space Trooper”, you can create an entire light-up city, or mix and match and make into tons of amazingcreations with the LITE BRIX system like space shuttles, to racecars, fire stations, an airport and more. While I thought I would be able to open up the box and just let him run wild, he did need me to put together the pieces to show him how it worked. My son is 4 though and the box clearly notes ages 6+, however, I did need the directions to figure out how to put it together initially. But once we finished, there definitely was a “wow, mom!” reaction. Light Up Your Legos with LiteBrix One note to families with younger siblings: our set-up time was best AFTER the younger kiddo went to bed so I didn’t have to worry about small pieces. Lite Brix Super Light Building System Available at Toys R Us stores nationwide and Barnes and Noble. Prices vary from $19.99 DISCLAIMER: I received one or more of the mentioned products for the sole purpose of this review. No other compensating was given and all opinions expressed are 100 percent my own. (Accordance with FTC's 16 CFR Part 255, "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.")

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