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Magna-Tiles® Clear Colors 100 Piece Set

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  • Magna-Tiles® Easily Connect for Hours of Open-Ended Play
  • Create Cubes, Pyramids, and Other Geometric Shapes - Think in 3-D!
  • Be Creative with Imaginative, Hands-On Play to Build Anything You Can Imagine!
  • Develop Math, Science, Spatial and Tactile Skills
  • www.magnatiles.com Parents, Teachers, and Children of All Ages Love Magna-Tiles!
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Magna-Tiles® Clear Colors 100 Piece Set + Award Winning Magnetic Stick N Stack STABLIZER Building Plate 12x12 inches with 128 magnets enclosed (VIEW ALL PHOTOS) + Playmags 2 Piece Car Set - Compatible with All Magnetic Tiles
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Magna-Tiles® Clear Colors 100 Piece Set includes: 50 Small Squares, 4 Large Squares, 15 Isosceles Triangles, 11 Right Triangles and 20 Equilateral Triangles These tactile, colorful translucent Magna-Tiles® are sized just right and easy to use, whether creating designs on a flat surface or building in 3-D. Basic shapes are learned through play. Magna-Tiles® develops patterning, shape recognition, building and motor skills. Use them for guided activities or hours of open-ended fun and exploration. They will work well alone or together with the solid colored Magna-Tiles ® to make windows, skylights, etc. Perfect for classrooms and multi-child play.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 3 x 9 inches ; 7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000CBSNRY
  • Item model number: 04300
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #262 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,241 customer reviews)
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205 of 217 people found the following review helpful By book lover on September 1, 2007
We bought our 100-piece set in September, and four large squares were included. There is a review that says no large squares are included in the 100-piece set - that review is outdated.

Specifically, the set includes:
50 - 3"x3" Squares
15 - Isosceles Triangles
11 - Right Triangles
20 - Equilateral Triangles
4 - 6x6 triangles

We've had magnatiles for approximately two months now, and my daughter has played with them every day. Magna-tiles are very open-ended and can be incorporated into practically any game. Rocket ships. Parking garages for matchbox cars. Jail cells and homes for little people and weebles. My daughter constantly amazes me by what she builds.

As a parent, I really love magnatiles too. I can see educational opportunities in them from preschool to geometry. Right off, my daughter learned that two right-triangles make a square, three isosceles triangles make a trapezoid. She instantly figured out how to build cubes and pyramids and she said, "I'm a cube builder! I'm a pyramid builder!" In addition, I use magnatiles to teach about patterns.

We have both translucent and opaque magnatiles. At times, my daughter will yank the opaque ones away from me and give me a translucent one instead. That way she can see her weebles and little people inside of her structures. So if you're choosing between the two, I'd buy translucent.

So, in conclusion, buy the translucent magnatiles! This is the best toy ever!!
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64 of 66 people found the following review helpful By AndyTheFiredog on November 17, 2014
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Two sets of these for my son on his 4th birthday and he's building incredible things. These beat legos by far because when you step on these in the middle of the night, your feet are fine! We actually purchased him a third set because I enjoy the creativity.

It takes practice and time and patience. At first I wished the tiles had stronger magnets, but now I've come to understand and explain to my son how you build with structure and support for tall objects...just like in the real world. Some of the creations he comes up with...WOW. Once I taught him how to add support structure, he took off. Now most evenings I get asked to "close my eyes and come into the play area."
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121 of 140 people found the following review helpful By Hilary P on December 27, 2007
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My friend had always raved about her son's magna tiles, but they seemed kind of pricey to me and I figured my kids could play with lego's or blocks, which are much less expensive.
For Hannukah this year, I decided to buy my three kids (4 1/2 year old girl and twin 2 1/2 year old boys) a set of 100 magnatiles. I was concerned that the boys wouldn't understand how to stack them up, but I was totally wrong.
I got home from work last night and my nanny and three kids were building a huge tower with the magna tiles. My nanny told me that they had played ALL DAY LONG with the magna tiles and that the kids built all sorts of things with them. I was thrilled!
They were totally worth the money - just to see my three kids sitting there all working together to build something. I highly recommend the 100 piece set. 32 pieces just isn't enough. In fact, I think we need more than 100 pieces because each of my kids wanted to build a huge Empire State Building tower!
For those of you who are scared about the price tag, I assure you it is worth the money. I store them in a clear plastic container so they are easy to clean up and store. At approximately $1 per piece, I also don't want to lose the pieces!!!!
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Crafty mama on December 25, 2013
My two boys (6 and 2) love these. The soft clicking as they snap together is such a soothing sound, and unlike Legos, these some apart with a good push. Since I feel like our house is quickly becoming a Lego museum full of masterpieces that my kids never want to dismantle, I appreciate the fact that these are actually fun to knock down.
There are only four large squares. As I watched my son open it and start to build a box, I was worried that he would be frustrated by the fact there were only four large squares and a cube needs six. But he immediately realized he could snap together four small squares to make a large square, then snap together two small triangles to make a small square! Everything that people have written about the open ended play, spacial awareness and educational value is totally true. It's a great lesson in shapes, but lead to my only issue with these.
But only complaint is about the long triangles, and I can tell this is going to drive all of us a little nuts. When put together, they ALMOST make a circle. Literally, it is a crack away from a huge gorgeous circle. There are 360 degrees in a circle, so can't imagine why they wouldn't have made these exactly 30 degree angles to all fit together. You can't even shove another piece into the gap, and the magnets aren't strong enough to allow us to pull them together into a bowl. I'm going to put away half of these pieces so my kids stop trying to "solve" this challenge.
My other suggestion is to buy a light box as a building surface. They are pricey, but if you are already paying over $100 for these, look into a light box for the amazing effect of glowing pieces. The light box is also so attractive that it encourages them to keep the pieces there, instead of scattered all over the house.

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