Mag-Genius Award Winning building Tiles Clear Colors 3D Brain Building Blocks Set of 185 + Piece Includes 2 Cars And Free Storage Bin
- Captivates the minds and creativity of young children
- Dream big and build big
- Learning by playing, never too early to start developing kids creativity
- Inspires creativity and brain development
- Includes bonus 2 magnetic car and fully reusable storage bin
MAG-GENIUS SERIES 1 MORE VALUE THAN ANY OTHER SET!! Mag-genius 187 piece set includes 2 car bases with wheels and Thirteen different shapes so that kids can now stretch their imagination to the next level. More shapes means more designs, and more designs means more hours of fun play. Educational Fun: Mag-genius shapes and patterns provide great motor skills. Encourages imaginative and creative play, and enhances math, geometry, and science skills. Dr. Toy Review: Mag-genius Magnetic Building Blocks attract on all sides and the combinations form many different shapes and structures. From flat designs to squares, pyramids, plus many more unlimited geometric shapes. Tiles easily connect, which prompts kids to move from constructing two-dimensional to three-dimensional creations. Magnificent high rise 3D towers are designed by kids who have developed into critical thinkers through creative play. As they build, kids develop tools for spatial problem-solving tasks, logical thinking, and math reasoning. Blocks easily connect and inspire creativity, brain development patterning, shape recognition, building, and motor skills. The National Parenting Center Review: Mag-genius are a truly remarkable open-ended building toy. Kids and parents alike were captivated and couldn’t stop building an endless variety of shapes, structures, you name it. The set comes with 180 brightly colored, translucent pieces. + A Plastic latch storage bin. There are triangles in three different sizes and two square sizes. Magnets are inserted inside the edges and that’s about all you need to know. The magnets are strong enough to construct pretty solid structures, These pieces got a real workout but never broke or shattered. Parents noted that while the basic idea is building and playing they saw that their children were learning physics, geometry, math, spatial reasoning and architecture without even knowing it.