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K’NEX Sesame Street Neighborhood Review

Thanks to Team Mom, we were recently given the chance to try out a K’NEX playset.  We were sent the Sesame Street Ice Cream Truck set.  This is our first set of K’NEX and right off, I knew we were going to have fun with them.


K’NEX, a super creative construction toy, inspires children to use their imagination, build, and play.  K’NEX created the Sesame Street Neighborhood Collection for children ages 2-5.  This collection features Elmo, Ernie, and The Cookie Monster.

elmo ice cream

Bryson falls a bit short for the age range, but he still had a ton of fun with the Ice Cream Truck set.  Admittedly, his dad and I had just as much fun putting the set together all different ways.  I put it together and Bryson would roll it around making truck noises.  He especially likes to take Elmo out of his truck and play with him.  I always loved building toys as a child and I can already tell that Bryson is going to follow in my footsteps.  This is one of those toys I wish I would have had when I was a kid!  We will definitely be adding to our K’NEX Sesame Street Collection.  I think Elmo the Cowboy is pretty darn cute.

Buy it!  Each set retails from $10.99 for the smaller sets to $25.99 for the larger sets and can be bought online at the K’NEX website.

K’NEX Contest! Would you like to win $1,000 worth of K’NEX products?  You can do so by entering the Make a K’NEXion contest.  Simply make a video and include select K’NEX products.  Construct your own story or showcase your child’s K’NEX building skills.  The sky is the limit!  You can visit the official rules page to learn more.

You can keep up-to-date by becoming a fan on K’NEX of Facebook.

Team Mom and K’NEX supplied a product for review.  No other compensation was provided and all thoughts and opinions remain my own.

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