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Magna-Tiles® Clear Colors 32 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 32 Piece Set + Magna-Tiles® Clear Colors 48 Piece DX Set + Magna-Tiles® Clear Colors 100 Piece Set
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 1.5 x 12 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Thailand
  • ASIN: B000CBSNKQ
  • Item model number: 02132
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #781 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (322 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Magna-Tiles® Clear Colors 32 Piece Set includes: 14 Small Squares, 2 Large Squares, 4 Isosceles Triangles, 4 Right Triangles and 8 Equilateral Triangles The original starter set of Magna-Tiles®. 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 Magna-Tiles® Solid Colors to build windows, skylights, etc. www.magnatiles.com

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Customer Reviews

We have a 3 year old grandson that loves these!
Virginia
It encourages children to be creative, because they can build many different things with these blocks.
Martha Clardy
I highly recommend this toy for it's creative value.
H. Ertas

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Helen Highwater on December 28, 2006
This Christmas we bought our second set of Magna-tiles. Their play value has lasted all year, and the expansion of the set was almost as exciting as the first set. My son is disabled, and these are great user-friendly toys with which any child can succeed. They've also survived the dog's inquisitive mouth. We personally like the clear colors, but were tempted to try the opaque tiles (with opening door/window). Last but not least, the tiles foster creativity.
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66 of 74 people found the following review helpful By J. Chendea VINE VOICE on December 17, 2011
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We got these because my son's preschool teacher recommended them, but then someone else bought him Magformers, which are waaay better. These tend to fall apart more easily and the big problem with them is hard to explain, but here goes: they are straight-edged with 90-degree corners, which (with the tendency to fall apart) makes it difficult to build more complex shapes, like regular polyhedrons. The other day, my son and I made a regular icosohedron out of magformers and it even withstood a little tossing around, and that would never happen with these. Because of the shape, they fit together best at right angles to each other. I would skip these and get magformers instead.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Gillian F. Earle on March 4, 2009
Not only do I agree with the reviewers about how they, are fun for everyone easy to clean up and they have lasted 6x longer than any toy in the house. My mother(also a teacher) bought my kids the big set after playing with the 32 piece set at her house. I thought she was crazy spending all that money on a toy. They get played with every single day, my daughter just built herself a Bakugan Holder. They have been in my house 3 YEARS and have not had one break or crack or anything. My children have been playing with them from 2- 7.5YEARS OLD, and continue to do so. I think they have lasted longer than anything I have ever purchased for them. Clean up is kind of fun because the magnets allow them to be picked up with ease. I LOVE THESE THINGS I don't think my children will ever outgrow them, and I find them much more fun to build with than any other toy out there!!!!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By ISUGrads97 on May 7, 2008
My son received this for his 2nd birthday a few months ago, because of his intrest in it at a local children's museum. All I can say is that I'm uncertain who loves it more, him or his parents! It certainly sparks creative thinking as we try to outdo each other in our creations! I didn't realize that I had it in MYSELF to be so creative. This toy just brings it out of you. I swear I find myself playing with it for long periods of time when I'm actually just supposed to be putting it away! It's quite peaceful actually! The mathmatical concepts it's already teaching my son make it priceless as well! He's learning spacial reasoning, critical thinking (will this structure hold if I...) as well as shapes, colors and creativity.

If you are like me, I faithfully read all the reviews before purchasing an item and went with others suggestions and purchased the clear tiles. Personally I like the clear tiles! The uses seem to be endless. I must add that although it is a large monetary investment, I feel it is wiser to purchase the set of 100 as 32 simply isn't enough. This toy will certainly span the ages, thus worth the investment.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Lee on December 2, 2011
This is a wonderful toy. In late 2011, the big problem is that the company manufacturers in Thailand. Due to the recent flooding in Thailand, the company, Valtech, is entirely sold-out. Toy companies are completely taking advantage of virtually zero-supply and strong product demand to really mark-up the price. The company's own website lists the 32-piece clear set at $51.50, which is only 3 dollars more than the 32-piece non-clear set. the 100-piece clear set is listed on the company web site at $120 and the 100-piece non-clear set is listed at $110. By contrast, in December 2011, online toystores are selling the 100-pieces sets at up to $299 and the 32-piece sets at $100 or more. When you read comments on the toy being "over-priced," check the date of the review and consider what price the customer paid. The power of supply-and-demand.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Miriam Folk on June 7, 2007
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The real critic is my granddaughter who likes the Magna-Tiles lots! This particular set teaches about color combining because the tiles are translucent. We're finding out that once she figures out a combination she'll try it in paint as she is "arting." Originally saw it in a school; it works equally well at home and does not require direct teaching or too much explaining.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Court on January 14, 2013
My first encounter with these started at my daughters daycare. She is 3. When she would come home everyday I would ask her what she did, and she would tell me "i played with magnets and ponies". I thought magnets? Ok...but then she kept saying it. So I happened to be picking her up one day and all of the kids were playing with the opaque version. They were throwing things together like it was nobodies business, I was so amazed. Anyway, one of the teachers tells me one day how this other parents was able to find these online, though they were expensive. Soo..Christmas was coming up and this seemed like the best gift, since she loved them so much. So I had grandma buy her the clear version here. We finally broke them out of the box a couple days ago. And oh my goodness, laying forgotten on the ground are her princesses and ponies now. She literally played with these for 2 hours straight one day. She showed off all of the castles she could make - and this is only the 32 piece set! I was shocked to say the least. My only regret is not purchasing the bigger set!
As for durablitiy, I've seen the condition of the set they have at the daycare - some of the pieces are indeed chipped. However, they still all stick together. Considering that that set gets daily play from around 10 kids...I'd say that's pretty durable, which is another reason I was willing to spend a little extra money on these.
I don't understand the reviews from some people saying that these are very weak magnets. Whenever my daughter gets them out, there are a couple of pieces that she even struggles to get apart.
This is such a great toy, and I know there are many out there like it, but I swear by magna tiles.
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