You’ve dealt with many blocks – both as a child and as a parent. No matter what they were made of, the finale of the fun is always the same: the city comes alive with the hands of people playing. How much do you have to wake up to simulate the movement of vehicles, play with plastic people on a swing or set in motion any other element of an imaginary city.

What if the child’s imagination goes further? If you dream of creating a model of space or a Dutch windmill? Korbo construction blocks are sets of elements, among which are gears that enable the created toy to move. You take the Korbo, turn the crank and … work or not. If not – you return after the thread to the ball, that is, you search for the cause and repair your construction.


The educational value of Korbo blocks cannot be overestimated. By building, playing, the child will discover the principle of operation of a mechanical transmission. The gears visible to the naked eye that set selected structural elements in motion act on the imagination. Play and learning interpenetrate each other, and the child learns how the bicycle derailleur or the windshield wiper works.

Educational toys that introduce the laws of physics to the youngest can prevent the school from disgusting them with maths and science subjects. The fascination with physics and mathematics often comes from playing with building blocks, because they give the child a sense of agency and teach that when you struggle long enough, you can set any dream in motion.


Indonesia – an Island nation located in Southeast Asia,

Between the Australian continent and the compact area of Asia. To the west the country is flooded by the waters of the Indian Ocean, and to the east by the Pacific Ocean. The country is located at approximately 17,000. islands (including about 6,000 inhabited).

It is a country with the largest numer of followers of Islam, with about 180 milion Muslims living there

Capital: Jakarta

Population: 224 784 tyś.

Official languages: Indonesian, Bahasa Indonesia, Balinese, English.