Tactile is key for these tempting toys, and don't miss a grand day out at Killruddery House, writes Fiona Ness.
If you build it . . .
Toys like this gave me the heebie jeebies as a child - probably because it looked more like hard work than play. In hindsight, I wish that I had challenged the logical part of my brain just a little bit more when I had the chance.
Triqo is a construction toy with only two forms: a triangle and a square. However, from these, an endless number of constructions can result. It...
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