Trick your kids into tidying up with this OCD-friendly Lego brick sorter
Like every human child, I loved Lego. And like every human being ever, I hate tidying up. So the Box4Blox would have been just about the second best gift I could have received when I was small. Box4Blox is a simple sifter that sorts your lego blocks by size.
It works by grading the bricks. Of the four layers, three have holes in the bottom which only let through a certain size of brick. As you go lower, the holes get smaller, so you end up with similar-sized bricks stored together.
The best part is that you can trick your kid into tidying up. We all know children like to make noise and shake things. The Box4Blox lets them do both at the same time.
The Box4Blox holds up to 1,700 pieces, and goes for $40. A small price to pay for a tidy living room.
Box4Blox product page [Box4Blox via Chris Scott Barr]
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Via: Gadget Lab