Age - 5-7

Amount of bricks and tracks?


For children above 4, we suggest boxes with a mix of basis connectors, and connectors aimed at a bit more complicated builds, to keep the toys interesting by allowing for more challenging and intricate builds.
For young children with a large collection of tracks and bricks and ready to build big, we suggest our biggest packs, with a lot of Basis Connectors, and for the more ambitious builders we have the Huge Engineer Set that allows for advanced building without constraints.

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Basic Pack Large

50 Basis Conectors

Engineer Set - Huge

The core connector to use is the Basis Connector. It is also the simplest and most intuitive to use for young children.

It can be set on top of bricks (e.g. DUPLO®, BiOBUDDi and similar).

Wooden train tracks can then be connected to the Basis connector, so the tracks can be built to great heights.

The direction changes works in the same way, but have the same kind of train connector on “both sides”.

All the connectors have in common, that there is a bit of built-in
slack in the train parts, so the different brands of wooden tracks and
different generations can connect properly. (they vary a bit in size).

The connector design furthermore allows for placing the connector in the middle of bricks and larger plates.

"We think Track Connectors is definitely a Go! We soon noticed that our old toys were coming back to life"

We soon noticed that our old toys were coming back to life with all our children, yes, including those aged 13 and 15. It works great and it fits well. Besides the fact that you can make beautiful new creations, we noticed that our children suddenly became creative again with the duplo blocks for making a station, for example. But the wooden toys were also taken out of the closet and before we knew it we had a complete city in the living room. Bringing these two worlds together is a huge success!​

The Basis connector is the simplest of the Track Connectors, and is the most easy to use for smaller children. And it is the bread and butter of great wooden train track constructions.

An awesome feature of the Basis connector, is the hole has been deepened and the tip has been slightly lowered which works together with the slack, to allow for building upwards (or downwards) with normal wooden tracks. Both curved and straight tracks.

This principle also applies to direction changers.

The Intersection allows for more complicated tracks, where the train track intersects and allows for some fun and creative builds.

The Straight and Anchor connectors (the red ones) can be used when building track on plates and in more compact/dense constructions.

See the video below for how the different connectors work – or check out our connector deep-dive-page.

Happy building!

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