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Who's child loves playing with magnets? Who's child also loves construction toys?
With the new Geomag Supercolour Panel set, your child gets to play with both a construction toy and it includes magnets. Best of both worlds!
We was sent a set to test out which Lily and her half sisters was super pleased about.
The set comes with 35 super colourful pieces which can all be connected together using the magnets to make all sorts of amazing 3D shapes! There are square pieces, triangular ones, pentagon shapes and straight ones which means the possibilities of what you can build is endless. The set also comes with magnetic balls which you can connect with the sticks, this means that you can then build in any direction.
One thing that I find really good about this toy, is its super easy for a child to sit by themselves and get engrossed in making things. It really does keep them quiet for a good amount of time. As soon as the kids got the hang of it they were making all sorts. Here is a cube shape that one of the girls made. It is super easy to snap the pieces together and the magnets are super powerful and so great at holding pieces together and so this cube was made in no time at all.
These sets are great for creativity, and also thinking out of the box. You can also add this set to your other Geomag sets if you already own some, meaning you can make even bigger and better shapes.
After you have made your shapes, they are again super easy to pull apart so you can start all over again.
But you can be too young to use these and so if you have little ones around, do make sure the small magnet balls are kept out of reach as these could be a swallow or choking hazard.
Over all the kids love this set, and if you haven't bought a Geomag set yet then I would really recommend this one as one to start with.
You can buy this set for £26 from coolshop.co.uk
What do you think to this set?
Ends - 21st May
what a wonderful way to learn about science while having fun and bring out all the budding engineersReplyDelete
My daughter would love to make a palace!ReplyDelete
i love educational toys these are greatReplyDelete
I would make a rocketReplyDelete
I know my daughter would try to make a house for a small toyReplyDelete
Maybe a house!ReplyDelete
An excellent prize, ably demonstrated by lovely Lily.ReplyDelete
A rocket I’m always building them with the kidsReplyDelete
I think a houseReplyDelete
my granddaughter would make a houseReplyDelete
It's not for me, it would be for one of the children in my family so I would allow them to make whatever they wanted :)ReplyDelete
we would make a houseReplyDelete
Ours would be a chicken coop for little plastic chickens (I keep finding them everywhere because atm everything is a chicken coop 🤣🤦♀️). I love this set, it reminds me of something similar I had as a little girl where plastic shapes snapped together but this is far easier (and more sophisticated). I think my daughter would love it! She's very hands on.ReplyDelete
A fairy houseReplyDelete
a house with my little girlReplyDelete
A house to start with which would be easiest for my grandsonReplyDelete
A fort. My boys loved Geomag. You are never to old to play with them but I think I would give this to my granddaughter. Her dad could play too.ReplyDelete
We would make a houseReplyDelete
A Castle with moat.ReplyDelete
I’d let me two girls come up with some creations! Houses and rockets maybe!ReplyDelete
My wee boy would love this! he's obsessed with magnets!ReplyDelete
I think my son would try and make a dinosaur!ReplyDelete
A castle :)ReplyDelete
I asked my little boy and he said he would make a prison lolReplyDelete
I am looking for new toys for a local little village nursery - I am sure they would have hours of fun making different shapesReplyDelete
my son says he would make a house, as he likes building houses.ReplyDelete
I would try to make a star with my grandchildren!ReplyDelete
A castle 🏰ReplyDelete
We would make a houseReplyDelete
A ship or castleReplyDelete
We would make a fantastic castle first with this.ReplyDelete
Nephew would make a castle.ReplyDelete
This would make a great rocketReplyDelete
I think we would make a garage for the hot wheelsReplyDelete
My little one would probably like to make a skyscraper with it.ReplyDelete
We would make a house 🏡ReplyDelete
A house and a car.ReplyDelete
My son is obsessed with these at nursery! He loves to build towersReplyDelete