Tegu Magnetic Blocks - Explorer Set

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Tegu Magnetic Blocks

Explorer Set - 40 pieces

Tegu blocks are the most unique environmentally-friendly toys that I discovered this year, and I’m delighted to introduce them at Bella Luna Toys in time for the holiday season!

Made from sustainably-harvested Honduran hardwoods and assembled by local craftspeople, Tegu blocks provide children with unlimited opportunities for open-ended, creative play.

Magnets embedded inside the blocks allow children's creations to hold together until they take them apart. Build houses, towers, airplanes, and anything you can imagine!

Non-toxic and child-safe, the natural wooden blocks are finished with a non-toxic water-based lacquer.

The Explorer Set includes 40 blocks in seven shapes:

  • 4 Large Columns
  • 8 Mega Planks
  • 8 Long Planks
  • 4 Medium Columns
  • 4 Small Trapezoids
  • 4 Large Trapezoids
  • 8 Short Planks

The set comes in two color choices: Tints (pastels) or Jungle (natural, mahogany and green).

Come packaged in a beautifully designed large and sturdy storage box.

Ages 3 and up

Made in Honduras


This product is subject to a $10 shipping surcharge for international orders.

 Also see our 22-piece Tegu Endeavor Set for a smaller set of Magnetic Wooden Blocks.

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Featured at Mothering.com
Best Natural Toys of 2011

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Tegu Magnetic Blocks, 40 pc Explorer Set, Tints

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Will amaze everyone who touches them! by Melanie Mayo, Mothering.com (on 12/3/11)
"Seamlessly embedded with magnets, they take block play to whole new level. The kids will love discovering different ways to use these, and will be excited by all of the gravity defying creations they can make.

Plus, they are perfect for all kinds of science experiments. The manufacturer, Tegu, is a creative business founded to address unemployment, under-utilized natural and human resources and the need for entrepreneurship in Honduras."