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Crenova Magnetic Building Blocks Rainbow Set 53 Pieces Inspire Standard Construction Set-Creative and Educational Toys-Ferris Wheel & Storage Bag


This arrived in it’s own box with 50pcs mixture of magnetic shapes and a non magnetic items like numbers and letters and other accessories, there was also an instruction booklet included (which gives you ideas to create many different things). 151 more words

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Pacman Action Figure DIY Building Blocks [First Edition]

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Pacman Action Figure DIY Building Blocks

Pacman DIY Building Blocks from the series “Pac-man” created by “Namco” as an Arcade game.

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Building Blocks (Proper Etiquette)

‘Proper’ etiquette is at the hands of the doer, and judged by the observer.  Let’s think about how we have displayed ‘proper’ etiquette, and, thus, how our characters have. 443 more words

Steven S. Walsky

Markets of bio-based building blocks by Philippa Davies

10th International Conference on Bio-bases Marerials – Köln, Germany- May 10-11, 2017

This results into a slowdown in drop-in bio-based commodity chemicals like adipic acid, acrylic acid, glycols, epichlorohydrin, butanols and 1.4 butanediols. 235 more words

Attitude of Gratitude

Thank you for your attitude of gratitude!

Blocks are meant for standing on, to boost us up and help us to view new horizons. To see the blocks as helpful is a choice but one worth making. 34 more words

Annette Rochelle Aben

Building Blocks (Mishaps do happen!)

Unfortunately mishaps do happen; however, as our characters grow older, their mishap realism can become lost in antiquity.  Realistically, brief conversations between age groups may not be as comprehendible as we want them to be.  344 more words

Steven S. Walsky

Building Blocks (Déjà vu)

As humans, once in a while we have déjà vu occurrences that jog our memory.  While these occurrences may give rise to our writing thoughts, think about how the characters in your stories will react to a déjà vu occurrence. 486 more words

Steven S. Walsky