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If They Can Imagine It, They Can Build It!
Thought you needed a screen to keep kids busy for hours? Think again. Kids love playing together or alone with these awesomely addictive magnetic Magna-Tiles®. They can build anything from the simplest cube to complex towers and castles with the set's triangles, squares and other shapes. The tiles connect at virtually any angle, creating designs on a flat surface or in 3-D. The possibilities are limitless.
- Develops fine motor skills and shape recognition
- Encourages creativity during individual and group play
- Magnetization makes cleanup literally a snap
- Age 3+
Ideas for Use
Use for guided activities for learning shapes, symmetry and geometry. Encourage kids to get creative during free play and to play together to develop social and problem-solving skills. If you have a light table, projector or even some natural sunlight in a window, kids will love seeing how different colors and shapes reflect light. Transparent tiles are fully compatible with other Magna-Tiles sets. Use with adult supervision.
- Weighs 5 lbs.
- 18.5" x 2.5" x 13 "
- 12 Small Squares
- 3 Large Squares
- 9 Equilateral Triangles
- 10 Right Triangles
- 6 Isosceles Triangles
- 1 Wheeled Chassis
- 2 Imagination Pieces
- 2 Equilateral Triangles - Hole Punched
- 1 Arch
- 1 Square Door Frame
- 1 Magnetic Hinged Door
Lots of Playtime and ImaginationWonderful. Kids love it with lots of play time and imagination. Worth the money.Read MoreFantastic for All Ages!Terrific toy for the whole family. This toy provides a great sensory experience that allows a child to release tension and become calm. Particularly good for children ages 2.5 - 3.5 when they are building creativity and perception. (though even my husband enjoys building with them.) I bought a set of 100 and never reconsidered!Read More
Answered Questionssarah / Feb 13, 2017It is not recommended to submerge the Magna Tiles in water, as water can get inside and you can't open the tiles up. If you do rinse them in water, make sure to stand the tiles upright over paper towel to let the water out.
The best is just to spray with a disinfectant or use wipes for the outside.Adina Kuhnreich, Customer Service / Feb 13, 2017