Toy blocks build strength in a child’s fingers and hands, and improve eye-hand coordination. They also help educate children in different shapes. Block play encourages children to make friends and cooperate, and is often one of the first experiences a child has playing with others. Blocks are a benefit for the children because they encourage interaction and imagination. Creativity can be a combined action that is important for social play. Children receive creative stimulation by making their own designs with blocks.