Chipboard can be applied in countless different ways. Not only is it durable but chipboard can be painted, covered with paper or used as an embellishment. This set of tetromino blocks will have to stand up to some rough play so chipboard was the obvious choice.
This was a quick and easy project because no editing was required in Silhouette Studio. I made this project more time consuming because I decided to paint the blocks which certainly isn’t necessary. They could also be covered with stickers or simply left undecorated. If you do decide to use paint, I recommend sealing the blocks with a layer of Mod Podge.
Tetromino blocks are a fun step-up from traditional cube blocks. Children will be sure to have a blast stacking these blocks and creating unique towers and patterns. This type of activity is also great for developing numeracy skills and spatial visualization.