Social Benefits- Blocks encourage children to make friends and cooperate while playing in groups.
Physical Benefits- Blocks build dexterity and strength in children’s fingers and hands, and improve their eye-hand coordination.
Intellectual Benefits- Blocks can potentially help develop children’s vocabularies as they learn to describe sizes and shapes. They may enhance their math skills through the process of adding, subtracting or grouping blocks together.
Creative Benefits - Children receive creative stimulation by making their own designs with blocks.