PBS KIDS Hippo + Ostrich Building Toy Bundle by YOXO

PBS KIDS Hippo + Ostrich Building Toy Bundle by YOXO

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  • Creative fun from PBS KIDS and YOXO! This building set bundle includes everything you need to build Ozzie the Ostrich and Hazel the Hippo or invent something new!

  • Open-ended construction system includes 31 YOXO links (pronounced “yock-so”) in a variety of colors

  • An award-winning, gender-neutral building system that teaches STEM skills through fun hands-on play (STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)

  • Links connect household items like paper towel rolls, TP tubes and cereal boxes as well as other toy construction sets including LEGO

  • More fun project ideas and downloads on YOXO's free instructions page
  • Made in the USA from durable, eco-friendly, recycled & recyclable* wood fiber

  • Awesome for everyone! Recommended for kids 4+ years

YOXO’s fun & eco-friendly construction toys are manufactured from durable, recycled & recyclable* materials in the company’s wind-powered Minnesota workshop.

YOXO kits allow for open-ended building, a form of play where kids design, build and play with toys created from their own imaginations. This kind of play gives kids the freedom to explore possibilities and test the boundaries of what is possible.

The result: endless hours of fun that fosters creativity and fuels imagination!


PBS KIDS® and the PBS KIDS logo are registered trademarks of Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). Used with permission. ©2016 PBS. All rights reserved. LEGO® is a registered trademark of the LEGO Group, which is not affiliated with YOXO. *Recycling programs vary by location


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Great Combo
Written by Jamie

These were a hit at my daughter's bday party - they never made what was on the boxes (which I think is awesome) but instead made magic wands and played with them all afternoon. Now we are going to sit down and make the hippo. Thanks!