Block Party ~ 3-in-1 Wooden Game for the Whole Family #HolidayGiftGuide

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My kids love playing games as a family. Some nights we sit down and play a card game like Go Fish or Uno, but on nights we have more time, we will play a board game or a more complex game. I am also starting to look for games that my kids can play with each other, just in case they need something to do while I am busy.


Larsen Toy Lab has created a line of children’s stories, games and puzzles that are personally engraved. They also offer wooden building block sets. Everything is made in America. They specialize in wooden blocks and have created a variety of games that uses the blocks as pieces in the game. The best thing about the blocks is that they inspire creative play and imagination, while the games are educational.


Block Party from Larsen Toy Lab ~ a 3-in-1 Wooden Block Game for the Whole Family


Block Party is a 3-in-1 game pack focused around using the building blocks as the ‘game pieces’. There are three unique games within Block Party and each game is challenging, yet fun! The set comes with 41 blocks and two canvas bags to keep everything organized. The three games are:

Pair Up – a modern twist on a classic memory and matching game

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Ten Towers – teaches shape recognition and building skills

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Strike Out – a dice game that favors balance and a steady hand

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The wooden blocks are beautiful made. They are soft and I love that there is a variety of color. I chose to get our last name engraved so that my children wouldn’t fight over whose game it was. The engraving is a nice bonus to the well put together game. My kids love playing this and they enjoy building with the blocks. This 3-in-1 game has provided hours of entertainment for my family. My kids have even figured out how to play the games by themselves.


The company is run by a brother and sister who were inspired by their childhood memories of their dad making wooden blocks. The company began with a Kickstarter campaign in December of 2012. They received the funds they needed to launch their company. Their products are proudly made in the USA with wood from sustainable forested trees in Vermont. Larsen Toy Lab has been featured in both Natural Child World and Earnshaw’s magazines, and more recently was involved with Martha Stewart’s American Made project. Lastly, I want to point out that Larsen Toy Lab is committed to sustainable business practices = business goals + social & environmental goals. They believe that quality toys that are made to last are the way to do business.



You can purchase a Larsen Toy Lab game or puzzle online. The Block Party is $78, and there is a wide variety of games and sets of blocks to choose from.


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Family Fun Giveaway


Larsen Toy Lab would love to give one of my reader’s a chance to win the Pair Up Game valued at $38 in the Family Fun Giveaway Hop. Pair Up comes with 15 blocks, the game cards and a canvas bag. Come back on December 3rd to enter to win. Interested in an extra entry? Visit Larsen Toy Lab and leave a comment below telling me another product that you would like.



Holiday Gift Guide 2013 ~ Brittleby's Corner


Review Disclosure


About Brittney Minor

Brittney is the owner/author of Brittleby's Corner. As a mom to 2 kids, she knows the importance of living a simple, healthy, and natural lifestyle. Brittney actively searches for greener ways to live and shares them with her readers.


  1. Dorothy Teel says:

    I like the Ten Towers block game from Larsen Toy labs, I like hands on games and this would be fun.

  2. Claire Rheinheimer says:

    My son is 2 1/2, so the shape match puzzle would be great for right now as I work on his shapes with him. Great idea!

  3. Ashley F

    I like the 40 piece Sticks and Stones set.

  4. Sarh S

    The Shape Match Game looks great! I bet it would be a ton of fun with my 3yr old son.

  5. James says:

    The Ten Towers game looks like fun. We added it to our wish list!

  6. barnolds barnes says:

    I like the 72 mixed blocks

  7. Ashley F

    I think the Shape Match Puzzle would be great for my toddler!

  8. Terri Moore says:

    I would like the Sticks and stones set along with the hard cover book!

  9. Kelly Amos says:

    I would like to have the 72 mixed blocks set.

  10. polly says:

    Would also love to have their Block Party set

  11. Anne Perry says:

    I like the block party set.

  12. Nicole Sender says:

    I like the Ten Towers game.

  13. Jennifer says:

    my son would really enjoy playing with the huge mixed block set!

  14. Laura Smith

    I think the Strike Out sounds like fun

  15. Georgia Beckman

    I would love the Block Party set!

  16. Melinda Stephens says:

    I’d love the 24 Mixed Blocks set for my son.

  17. Jennifer Speed says:

    Would love to have the Strike Out


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