Yo'play turns into a stackable toy when your child is done eating their yogurt. Kids can use the empty container as a building block for fun construction projects, similar to Lego.
"The pots fit together in different ways to create hollow, light weight, 3D shapes and figures. The creations can be disassembled, modified, extended, filled, and crashed, to be recreated over and over again," Design 21 explained of the product it awarded first prize in a recent design competition.
:The Pots are to be sold with 'graphical illustrations' to stimulate the initial investigation, to have a simple objective to achieve and to show some of the creative possibilities. Sticker sets can be included to enrich the appearance of the creations, to launch new collectable themes, and to satisfy the different sex/age groups. Naturally the child can always decorate, draw, and personalize his own creations!"
It's a great way to teach the importance of reuse, and teaches children that recycling can be fun.
Yogurt Container Is A Toy
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