- Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision
Magna-Tiles 8-Piece Polygons Expansion Set – The Original, Award-Winning Magnetic Building Tiles – Creativity and Educational – STEM Approved
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- The original 3D magnetic building sets that engage young minds by fusing together math, science and creativity
- 8 translucent, colorful rectangles (4 diamonds, 4 pentagons)
- Compatible with all original Magna-Tiles building sets
- Sparks hours of imaginative free play in children. Anything they can dream, they can create!
- Develops math, science, spatial and tactile skills. STEM approved!
- Safe, durable and built to last for
- Ages 3and up
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Magna-Tiles are the original 3D magnetic building tiles by Valtech since 1997. Each tile edge is magnetized so you can connect them to build anything you can imagine. If you can click it, you can create it!Not only are Magna-Tiles fun, but they also help develop fine motor skills as kids stack, build, count, match and “click” together their creations. All original Magna-Tiles building sets are compatible. Tag your photos on social media with #magnatiles to be featured!
Magna-Tiles are the original 3D magnetic building tiles by Valtech since 1997.
Each tile edge is magnetized so you can connect them to build anything you can imagine. Not only are Magna-Tiles fun, but they also help develop fine motor skills as kids stack, build, count, match and 'click' together their creations.
All original Magna-Tiles building sets are compatible.
If you can click it, you can create it!
Come Sail Away!
The original 3D magnetic building sets that engage young minds by fusing together math, science and creativity.
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Sparks hours of imaginative free play in children. Anything they can dream, they can create!
Develops math, science, spatial and tactile skills. STEM approved!
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My kid and my father build giant Magna-tile buildings, usually on the treadmill. They reach the ceiling. She gets to push the button and the towers come crashing down. The Magna-tiles have stayed intact, with no casualties.
Yes, buying three sets was pricey. It was a risk. But it's the best money I've spent on kids toys in a long time. I think the reviews warning that the angles and shapes aren't easy to work with are missing the point. Having new angles and shapes means that the kids really need to think in new ways about what they can build. They force you to abandon the familiar world of 90-degree angles and to branch out in new directions—literally!
(For comparison, we also have the rectangle-and-big-square expansion set, which offers more obvious avenues for expanded play. We like it, but one set of those seems like enough.)