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Amazon Prime Day Spotlight Deal: Tegu Blocks up to 40% off

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Tegu block set in sunset (Image credit: Tegu/Amazon)

The best science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) toys for kids don't involve a lot of bells and whistles. In fact, studies show that kids learn the most from toys that enable open-ended play and creativity. Tegu blocks fit the bill. These high-quality wooden blocks come embedded with magnets, allowing kids to create shapes and structures that would be impossible with regular wooden blocks. For Amazon Prime Day, Tegu block sets are on sale: Get a 24-piece sunset-colored set for just $38.59. That's 41% off.  

Tegu has many sets to choose from, and has recently branched into selling colorful, non-magnetic blocks, too. These toys are recommended for kids age 12 months and up. 

24 Piece Tegu Magnetic Wooden Block Set, Sunset | $65.00 $38.59 on Amazon

This 24-piece kit comes with enough blocks to give kids freedom to create multiple structures. The set comes with 4 cubes, 4 short planks, 6 long plans, 4 extra-long planks, 4 short columns and 2 parallelograms, all in attractive shades of orange, yellow, blue, green and natural wood. The blocks are made from sustainably-sourced hardwood and are non-toxic. Get them on Amazon Prime Day for 41% off.  View Deal

Tegu offers sets in different color options and sizes. These sets are also discounted for Prime Day: 

Tegu Pip Magnetic Wooden Block Set | $25.00 $22.39 on Amazon

Tegu Magbot Magnetic Wooden Block Set | $30.00 $17.99 on Amazon

14 Piece Tegu Magnetic Wooden Block Set | $34.99 $22.39 on Amazon

11 Piece Tegu Magnetic Floating Stacker Building Block Set | $22.49 $12.99 on Amazon

6 Piece Tegu Pocket Pouch Prism Magnetic Wooden Block Set | $30.00 $11.89 on Amazon

Be sure to check out Livescience's deals on Celestron telescopes and binoculars and kid-friendly science kits.

Most creative Tegu Blocks deal

Tegu 200 Piece Perfect Blocks Building Set, Multicolor | $79.99 $55.99 on Amazon

While they're known for their quality magnetic blocks, Tegu now makes non-magnetic stackable "Perfect Blocks." This large set is made of 100% upcycled materials (recycled plastic and sawdust) and comes in bright, kid-friendly colors. On Amazon Prime Day, they're discounted by 30%.
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Stephanie Pappas

Stephanie Pappas is a contributing writer for Live Science covering topics from geoscience to archaeology to the human brain and behavior. A freelancer based in Denver, Colorado, she also regularly contributes to Scientific American and The Monitor, the monthly magazine of the American Psychological Association. Stephanie received a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of South Carolina and a graduate certificate in science communication from the University of California, Santa Cruz.