"Unit Bricks are terrific tools for facilitating children's developing visual-spatial and geometric skills, as well as numeracy and mathematics. In the process of playing with these building blocks, children gain a better sense of how objects and numbers fit together, exercise their advanced planning skills, and have fun -- all at the same time. I highly recommend Unit Bricks for any child wanting to learn through play!" Dr. Walter Gilliam PhD. Director, Zigler Center in Child Development, Yale University, USA


"Unit Bricks, when used alone or with natural wood blocks, support skills to classify, measure, and seriate objects, as well as the development of logical mathematical knowledge, while adding a dimension that supports heightened creativity." Pamela C. Phelps, PhD., Florida State University, USA


"Unit Bricks are a beautifully crafted construction toy. They are aesthetically simple and yet delightful to look and a pleasure to manipulate. I have found children gravitate to them very quickly and sustain attention in construction and pretend play with these bricks in quite a remarkable way. Thank you so much for making such a beautiful toy.Virginia Spielmann, B.Sc. (Hons) Occupational Therapy, SIPT Certified, Expert DIR Floortime Provider & Training Leader, Clinical Director / Occupational Therapist, Hong Kong



"Whilst playing with the mini Unit Bricks, my three year old twins use descriptive language,  planning and cooperation, in addition to dexterity and fine motor skills. It is a toy that grows with them as they create more complex structures as they grow and develop. Plus, they find the bricks great fun". Jen, Hong Kong, Parent


"I invested in a set of these bricks for a new classroom we opened last fall. The four and five year olds in that room have loved building with them. The regular unit blocks have been around for a while and these were just different enough and realistic enough to keep them engaged. That, after all is exactly what we want from a good developmentally appropriate toy! A great investment." Ms. Teri, School Owner, Hong Kong