blocks but soon realized that they would not be suitable for certain aspects of

Blocks but soon realized that they would not be

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blocks, but soon realized that they would not be suitable for certain aspects of the construction, such as the lintels, roofs and floors. ====Assembly==== KAPLA requires no glue, screws or clips to fix the planks. Each plank is placed one on top of the other, and held in place by gravity and balance alone. There are 3 possible ways to use Kapla planks: Flat On the side Standing up (vertically) Also, similar KAPLA constructions can create different assemblages: Piled up as bricks: embedding Piled up as spiral stairs: stacking KAPLA is intended for children to safely build, create and experiment by using their imagination.
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====Varieties==== KAPLA bricks are made of pine wood and are available in many different colors. They are sold in sets ranging in size from 40 to 1000 pieces. ====Construction and art==== KAPLA has created four educational art books, intended to inspire children who use their products. They are meant to encourage the use of geometry, physics and technology, while exposing children to the world of art, forms and volumes. The books are also created with the intention to help children in understanding the unique and demanding nature of construction. ====References==== ====External links==== Official website (in Dutch) Kapla on KRO Brandpunt (broadcast 19 February 2012)
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