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HABA Marble Ball Track Building Set (Large)
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- Ignites creative thinking and problem solving skills.
- Helps educates the laws of structural engineering and stimulates spatial thinking.
- Align the holes and ramps to create a different maze every time.
- Set includes 42 pieces of European beech wood, 6 glass marbles and a bell to ring when crossing the finish line.
- Set is compatible with other Haba marble runs.
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Cons: the blocks are stacked on top of each other and/or put adjacent to each other to construct a ball track. They have to be pretty much perfectly aligned for the track to work properly, which is a very difficult task for little kids to handle (hence, you have to do it). Since these blocks cannot be attached to each other, they can easily go out of alignment after a number of runs (marble runs), not to mention when accidentally bumped by the kid(s).
Comments: It would be a major improvement if the blocks are designed so that they can be attached to each other. The toy is fairly expensive.
This review was written at amazon.com.
Our 7 yr old neighbor came over today to play. I suggested they play with the marble run vs watch TV. The 7 yr old balked and I said -- just wait and see. So my son and I got out all of the pieces and started assembling it together. Okay, so as of right now the 7 yr old will not STOP playing with it. He has already searched some other pieces that we could get to go along with this and is loving it!
They have had to figure out how to take turns, how to make the pieces all work together, and see if they can create anything on their own.
I also love playing with this as well. So I don't mind helping them get it started. There is a definite sense of accomplishment when you can get the marble to run the track, hit the bell and end up where you've planned for it to land. I LOVE THIS TOY!!!
I plan on keeping this toy for when I have grandchildren.Read more ›
Now our five year old enjoys building the ball track. This is such a high quality toy. I would say this would be best for 6 and up, or younger with lots of adult participation. The wooden pieces are so nice and sturdy, they are very nice to hold and can be put together in infinte ways. This toy will help your child learn in a concrete way about physics, building, patience, motor skills, and so much more. I wish we had only such simple, sturdy, educational playthings in our home. Definitely an outstanding toy that will last for years and years.
Haba also has many additional pieces, and while they are imaginative, I do find them to be pricey. We've made up our own variations out of toys we have though!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great fun! great quality.. price is stiff and much cheaper in Europe. Delivery took quite long.Published 2 months ago by Frank Seiferth
Best gift ever! My 6 year old got this and the "ramps and clamps" for his 6th birthday and he knew little of what else happened that day. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rodney Pitford
Great - y grandson loves them. However, I found them a lot cheaper afterwards on another website. (100 pieces instead of 40 pieces for the same price).Published 15 months ago by Martha Desrosiers
We have just started homeschooling and I read about this type of activity in a educational study out of Iowa called "Ramps and Pathways. Read morePublished on September 3, 2013 by steven Pletan