Magnetic Game Box Numbers - 1 2 3 Numbers & You - 158 Magnetic Pieces in Travel Cardboard Carrying Case
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- 1, 2, 3 numbers & me! This cheerful number arranging game playfully introduces your child to the world of numbers and amounts.
- The different backgrounds and activity boards invite children to become familiar with early math concepts. Great for early STEM development.
- The handy cardboard carrying case and magnetic pieces make this set ideal for travel!
- Contents include: Sturdy cardboard carrying case with handle, 3 background images and 5 perforated cards with 158 magnetic pieces.
- Case measures 9.25" L x 7.28" W x 2" H. Recommended for Children aged 3 and up. Contains small parts.
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1, 2, 3 numbers & me! This cheerful number arranging game playfully introduces your child to the world of numbers and amounts. A great selection of motifs invites children to make merry with mathematics. Handy cardboard carrying case and magnetic pieces make this set ideal for travel.
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ABC Expedition comes in a heavy cardboard carrying case that opens up to make a display for your child to play with better. There are approximately 150 upper case magnetic letters. On the display is the image of a chalkboard that is magnetic in nature. The box also comes with two mats to put over the chalkboard. One has outlines of all the letters, so that your child can find the magnetic letters and match them to their outlines. The other mat resembles a piece of notebook paper or a worksheet. There you can place an image (mouse, ball, sun, etc.) and have your child practice spelling the word.
Overall, my son really enjoyed both of these sets, but judging by which one he plays with more, I would say he liked the number one better. He just had so much fun making pictures of cars in a parking lot or balloons and then counting them. I upped the difficulty at times, asking him to add something or take something away, and this set helped move that from an abstract concept to one that he could physically see and experience.
The components are a mixed bag for me. On the one hand, I liked the cardboard carrying case that doubled as a board to work on. It made the product great for at home or on the go in the car. The magnets themselves, I was a little disappointed in. I was expecting thicker magnets, something like Melissa and Doug makes. Instead they were of a thin quality, similar to a refrigerator magnet you would get on a phone book. It was also a bit tedious punching all of those magnets. Now, I am an experienced board gamer who is used to punching a lot of items, but if you are not, set aside some time before you tell your child about this gift, because it will take some time to punch out everything.
The magnet gripe aside, these magnetic game boxes are cute, fun, and educational. My son loves them, and I like that he gets to have fun while learning too. If you end up getting both, I recommend getting some Ziploc bags to separate and store the magnets in and then combining the two boxes into one.