Identified Special Needs Challenges: Vision Impairment
"Girder and Panel only has a few different shapes of pieces. It is obvious by touch which piece can be used for which purpose, i.e. the beams are floor or wall beams, the windows are window. The toy is designed to be simple. It has unlimited play potential and promotes imagination. People with visual impairments can see how a building is constructed and what is required to make it structurally sound."
Posted 12/18/2009 by Lisa Stolzberg
My 10 year old son can make interesting and realistic looking buildings completely on his own. He loves building with this set and we, his parents, are happy to see him using his brain and coordination while having fun at the same time.
A Classic Smart Toy
Posted 12/14/2009 by Donna Hart
This was my favorite childhood toy! I could sit and play with it for hours. It is a well made toy with seemingly few bells and whistles. There are basically support beams and windows. The pieces can be put together in any number of ways to complete the ultimate architecture masterpiece. I can remember sitting and thinking about how high I could make it, or wide, or oddly shaped...you name it. I would imagine how people could use my buildings, and I would even decorate them with Lego furniture and people. This toy is smart, simple, well-made, and FUN!
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