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Aqua Blocks

Aqua Blocks is a water toy for outdoor use, which combines foam building blocks of different shapes and sizes with pipes, allowing children to create their own structures for water play.
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Age: 5+ years

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Introducing the innovative Aqua Blocks – a STEAM toy that combines the joy of foam building blocks with the thrill of water play for a unique learning experience. Recommended by Dr Gummer’s Good Play Guide.

Product Specifications:

  • 8 Foam Blocks: 4 Rectangles, 2 Cylinders, 1 Star, 1 Triangle
  • 7 Fixed Connectors: 2 Straight, 1 L-Shaped, 2 U-Shaped, 2 L-Shaped for Sprinklers
  • 6 Flexible Connectors
  • 4 Plugs
  • 2 Hose Connectors
  • 2 Sprinklers
  • 1 Carry Bag

Aqua Blocks empower children to create their own aquatic adventures. With endless possibilities, they can use their imagination to control water flow and design their own sprinkler systems. This toy encourages creativity, problem-solving, and hands-on learning through interactive play.

What our testers said

“It’s kind of like a sprinkler but more fun.” – Girl, aged 10.

“It was a big hit with my 7 year old.” Mum of two children (7 and 10)


What our experts think

Aqua Blocks immediately engaged our testers.  Testers within the target age range (5 to 9) exhibited a high level of engagement. One of the adults described the product as “simple and fun”, noting that the easy assembly of the pipes and the opportunity to continually change the design meant children were able to use the product with minimal help which allowed them to explore independently. 

The product was particularly beneficial in encouraging children to use their imaginations to create different structures from the variety of shapes. When playing with Aqua Blocks, children were experimenting with the design, on one occasion seeing if using less blocks and pipes made the water run through faster. The product encouraged them to think about how they could use the pipes in different ways and which pipes did or did not work. Adapting and experimenting with materials to test outcomes develops children’s problem solving skills and perseverance. Including some suggestions or instructions for different possible designs would extend the learning further and give them the opportunity to practise following directions.

Skills developed

– Promotes logical thinking

– Encourages teamwork

– Develops strategy and problem solving skills