Unlike Duplo blocks which merely enlarge the exacting grid of the Lego system, Flexure is designed to accommodate the Pre-K crowd.
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Design Professor Richard Elaver wanted to get his 18-month-old son Simon hooked on building and put every kid-friendly construction kit he could find in front of him, but all of the expensive offerings were rebuffed in favor of a simple silicone spatula. As Elaver watched his son repeatedly slide the wooden handle into the rubber paddle, he came up with the idea for Flexure, a creative system of wooden dowels and rubbery connectors that make building easy. It’s now raising funds on Kickstarter.
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