Learning toy company Click-A-Brick has officially launched its Herbivores set. The set is now on sale on the business’ Amazon page. Boasting 100 pieces, the Herbivores set also comes with full-color, illustrated instructions that show children how to construct five different herbivorous dinosaurs.
Click-A-Brick’s Herbivores has a color palette of green, brown, yellow, white and black to help stimulate children as they play with the set and develop their cognitive ability, creative thinking and fine motor skills.
Herbivores is the first new set released by the company in two years, marking the start of another growth period for the toy company, which has been around since 2014.
With the colorful, illustrated instruction sheet that comes with Herbivores, children ages five and up will be able to build five different herbivorous dinosaurs: a Brontosaurus, a Stegosaurus, an Ankylosaurus, a Triceratops and two Parasaurolophus.
Founder and owner Georg de Gorostiza says he’s excited about the launch of Herbivores.
“We were itching to get this new set launched since it’s been two whole years since the launch of our last new set,” de Gorostiza said. “We went from one set to twelve sets in two years and we had to take a step back and just let our foundation of fans grow a bit. But, now we’re ready to start bringing out some new and exciting offers. The designers did a really good job with Herbivores. We are confident that kids are going to have a lot of fun with the new sets and learn a lot about dinosaurs and fun coupled with education is always our main goal.”
The new dinosaur-themed set is appropriate for both boys and girls, de Gorostiza says. Any child who is interested in dinosaurs will find the Herbivores set fun and interesting. With its focus on education and development, the founder and owner says, Click-A-Brick wants to stimulate children’s desire to learn about the history of the world and the world around them right now.
While de Gorostiza says it would be amazing for the Herbivores set to inspire a crop of future paleontologists, all the Click-A-Brick team really wants is for children to have fun while they are developing and learning.
With the official launch of the 100-pice Herbivores set, Click-A-Brick’s stable of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning sets now sits at 14, including seven 30-piece sets, six 100-piece sets and the 112-piece Rainbowland set.