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The CEO of educational building block toy company Click-A-Brick, Georg de Gorostiza, says he supports teachers’ efforts to get paid a fairer wage and to procure more funding for education. Helping struggling schools and teachers was the impetus behind his decision to start offering a bulk discount for schools.

Learning toy company Click-A-Brick CEO Georg de Gorostiza has applauded a new study that says fewer toys for children is a good thing. De Gorostiza points out how one of the few toys kids should have in a stripped down playroom is building blocks.

Educational toy company Click-A-Brick announced that its 100-piece Army Defenders learning set is back in stock after being unavailable for several weeks. With growing demand for the set, CEO Georg de Gorostiza says it’s a relief to be able to fulfill backorders for it.

The team at Click-A-Brick, which retails learning sets for children, says it is extremely proud of the fact that three of its long time sets have maintained such high rankings on Amazon and says the high rankings are proof that parents value the brand.

The Click-A-Brick team visited an elementary school in Calgary recently for the school’s annual science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning day to promote the brand’s new bulk discount for schools. About 55 Grade 5 students built creations with the learning toy.

The two newest educational building block sets from Click-A-Brick, the dinosaur-themed Carnivores and Herbivores, are setting record sales for the company. CEO Georg de Gorostiza says the impressive start to sales is due to consumers increasingly recognizing the brand as a top educational toy.

The team at Click-A-Brick say they are impressed with the early sales numbers of the company’s latest building block set, the dinosaur-themed Herbivores. The set is selling well on Amazon and so is its sister set Carnivores, another dinosaur-themed set.

Building block toy company Click-A-Brick announced the Dino Deal to help more parents get their hands on educational toys for their children. With the Dino Deal, anyone who purchase a 100-piece Herbivores set will receive a 30-piece Dino Pals set for free.

Learning toy company Click-A-Brick has officially launched a 100-piece offering that has a theme of plant-eating dinosaurs. The set, Herbivores, is now available for sale on the toy company’s Amazon page. This is the company’s first new set in two years.

Educational learning toy company Click-A-Brick is back with a whole new dinosaur-themed set. This latest set, Herbivores, brings together five giants from millions of years ago as it groups some of the most well known plant-eating dinosaurs in a fun and educational way.