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Reviews & Testimonials

Is it the yummy jellybean colors, the abundance of unique parts, or the amusing models that make working with Jawbones such a delightful experience? Unlike many somber construction sets, Jawbones explodes with color and with creative possibilities. The Idea Booklet is as user-friendly as we have seen, with all the necessary parts and their quantities listed. Jawbones models may look like works of art, but the visual and cognitive skills involved in their creation are just as demanding as any other construction kit, making Jawbones a refreshing blend of art and thinking skills. Give your children a break from the routine; give them Jawbones and see where their imaginations will lead them.

Each set includes a variety of shapes including jaws; ratchets; swivels; connectors; axels; wheels; a rotor; and balls that swivel, ratchet, and snap together for countless hours of creative fun.

—Timberdoodle review

"Jawbones has kept my son busy building and creating for weeks now. At first he focused on building the models in the idea booklet that came with the set. Then once he gained more confidence and knowledge of how the pieces can fit together, he advanced to creating his own structures and models. I love how this building set stimulates his imagination and helps him to learn spatial concepts at the same time. Kudos to the designer!"

—Leo Marchis, Parent

"Terrel has become entranced with Jawbones. He is going through the book and building every model on his own. This is incredible because this has sparked an interest in a child who has not been able to deeply engage in projects all year. At the end of center time I had to make a deal with him that he can play again later in order to encourage him to stop. What a wonderful item."

—Theresa Melfi, teacher, Englewood Pre-K; New Jersey

"Jawbones lives in my house. The travel size kit sits upon the kitchen table for all to rearrange at will. We make a challenge of it each morning and night by configuring something that hasn't been viewed before. Fun."

—Dean Boysen, Parent