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  • Hexacus
  • Hexacus
  • Hexacus


  • Recommended Age: 2-3 Year Old
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Total: $ 25.30
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Hexacus is an exploration in creativity and fun for the entire family.

Just sort by size and color, then stack, nest, and balance to create a wide variety of patterns and shapes. Our Idea Booklet shows over 100 examples of easy to challenging patterns and shapes to build. Hexacus was invented by world-renowned designer and artist Peer Clahsen.

1. STACKING: HEXACUS pieces are easy to hold and the unique hexagonal cross section and size progression from large to small allows for a variety of ways to stack the pieces.

2. NESTING: When a smaller HEXACUS piece, or pieces, can fit inside a larger HEXACUS piece, it'called nesting. Discover all the ways HEXACUS pieces can nest.

3. PATTERN MAKING: It'fun to place HEXACUS pieces side by side on a flat surface and create colorful patterns.


- 12 Hexagonal Pieces

- 2 Red

- 3 Orange

- 2 Yellow

- 2 Green

- 1 Light Blue

- 1 Dark Blue

- Idea Booklet with 171 Constructs to Build

Why Our Experts Love It

You want a different kind of stacking toy that can truly grow with your child...Hexacus is that toy!

Your child sort and stack by size, color and so much more

Great for building and spacial relations.




  • These imaginative blocks challenge your little one to break out of the traditional square building blocks and explore new shapes and progressive sizes. Your child will explore different ways the shapes fit into one another, stacking and restacking them.
  • These blocks will stimulate spatial thinking as your preschooler learns how to place pieces on the diagonal. 
  • You can help develop three-dimensional patterning skills with your child by having him/her copy a tower that you build.
  • Hexacus are excellent to teach problem-solving and reasoning. Sometimes the pieces won’t fit together on the first try. Your child will have to re-assess the situation and try a different way. Through trial and error he/she will learn how to avoid these situations in the future
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards