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Educational Toy Company Donates Sets to Academic Organizations

Click-A-Brick is an educational toy company founded by Jason Smith and Georg de Gorostiza. They are a small, family-owned company with a passion for toys. Their corporate philosophy is based on helping children use their imaginations, develop critical thinking skills and fostering the belief that education can be fun.

Click-A-Brick is committed to the cause of children’s education. They believe that creativity is the key to the door of endless possibilities. To that end, they have implemented bulk rates on their popular toy sets to increase access to all organizations that have a focus on education. They have also decided to
donate some of their most popular toy sets.

Jason Smith, Co-Founder of Click-A-Brick, is eager to support educational institutions. “We want to assist schools and daycares and learning centers in any way that we can,” Smith said. “That's why we’re in the business we’re in. It’s about children, it’s about providing them with the means to use their imagination. Anything we can do to help with that, we will.”

Click-A-Brick proposes to let kids do what they do best: use their imagination. Pediatricians recommend that children spend at least 60 minutes of every day engaged in free play. Playtime is vital to children’s emotional, mental and physical health.

Toys and play can help kids achieve their developmental goals and cultivate creativity. Play has a profound impact on childhood development. It’s a valuable tool for teaching kids lessons and important life skills. They can learn how to interact with others and develop skills critical for childhood development.

One of the best ways to stimulate brain development is by allowing children to play and explore objects and physical spaces, thereby learning to process sights and sounds.

Children build essential cognitive skills through play. Playtime gives kids the opportunity to hone decision-making skills. Selecting a game, focusing on that activity and seeing it through to the end is an important element of cognitive control, and helps sharpen their planning skills and attention spans.

Georg de Gorostiza, Click-A-Brick Co-Founder, is enthusiastic about their corporate mission. “We want to get our sets in the hands of kids so they can learn and build and explore,” de Gorostiza said. “If we give children nothing more than some building blocks and enough space, they don’t just build objects, they flex their creative muscles. This can happen anywhere, in the living room, the backyard, kitchen, classroom, playground, etc. We want to foster a culture of play, and because of that we’ve decided to donate our toy sets and set bulk rates.”

Click-A-Brick continues to foster imagination and creation through their toy sets. Their upcoming toy lines are designed to implement the latest research and trends in educational toys.

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