|Forum topic by Michael Wilson||posted 12-08-2011 07:53 AM||964 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
12-08-2011 07:53 AM
So my sister now has three adorablicious little munchkins. Six months up to four years. It occurred to me that it would be fun (and squarely within my skill level) to make a set of wooden blocks for them and a box to keep them in.
I’ve spent a dizzying amount of time online looking for something that would constitute a “standard” unit block size, only to come up with three or four “standards.” :-/
Ordinarily I’d just pick one and go for it. But I’m concerned about them being a manageable size (read: small enough) but big enough that they’re not going to present a choking hazard.
Any ideas on what those minimum dimensions might be? There’s got to be some nanny state child safety guidelines kicking around someplace. But I haven’t got a clue.