MindWare Pattern Play
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- Fun and educational toys for children all ages
- Will stimulate your mind and entertain
- Unique and innovative toys and games
- Pattern play blocks are a great introduction to math concepts like sorting, matching, symmetry, congruence and fractions.
- This high-quality set fits just-so into its wood tray, with vibrant colors and unusual shapes that build spatial skills.
- Vibrant colors and unusual shapes build spatial and artistic skills.
- They can fit all the blocks into the tray like a puzzle, build free-form designs, or match a pattern shown on a card.
- Includes 40 exceptionally well finished wood blocks, a 10 1/2" square wood building tray, 40 pattern cards and a drawstring canvas storage bag.
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Top Customer Reviews
It is beautifully made with vibrant colors. As my children go through different stages, the quality and style of the patterns they create changes. It is a great toy for them to use alone or with an adult.
I would highly recommend this.
Recently bought this from Amazon for my kid who turned 3 recently. But so far my 6 year old has been having more fun with it. I thought it would be too easy/boring for her, but she is enjoying making all the different patterns (she loves coloring/drawing a lot, so that might explain the interest). Not sure if her interest would continue when she has finished all 40 pattern cards. Once you get the concept, there is not much novelty left, so I am expecting boredom to set in soon.
I have tried to do some patterns with a 3 year old - he finds it interesting, but not great because the pieces don't fit tight. The board where you put pieces is half an inch bigger on each side than needed. I understand they have to leave some space, but this is way too much, so the pieces keep moving while he is trying to put new pieces, and this causes frustration. He likes to do puzzles where pieces just fit together and stay put, so this is kind of unacceptable.
- interesting toy for kids who love coloring/drawing
- Probably better for 4-5 year olds with better fine motor skills
- Not as good for younger kids
- Not very well designed - should be more snug fit
- Not too many variations - once you get the trick, most of the challenge will be gone
When all of the puzzle pieces are in the frame, it doesn't fit snugly. They shift around, which is soooooo annoying. There is quite a bit of room between the edges of the pieces and the frame. I just don't get why they would have made it this way??
I never return stuff to Amazon, but I'm definitely returning this! I had high hopes for this toy...oh well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really liked this - I bought 4 of them and was not disappointed- I've played it with my my 2 year old grandson- 4 year old and 9 year old granddaughters. They all enjoyed it. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Darcee Yates
This is a popular toy with my grandchildren ages 4-8. It's fun logic play. They like me to make up a design and take a picture on my phone for them to duplicate. Read morePublished 18 days ago by nmcvey
My daughter asked for it and doesn't play with it, but the QUALITY IS VERY GOOD AND STURDY.Published 20 days ago by Fiona Michaels
I purchased this product for my 5 year old. I sat down to play with it with her the first time, and it was great! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rachelthe2
This product is phenomenal for my students. I work with adults with disabilities and this geometric colorful puzzle is great for their color recognition, pattern following, fine... Read morePublished 1 month ago by LeAnne Boswell
I love these! In our household, we are trying to limit the amount of toys that our kids have in effort to be really intentional about what we have. Read morePublished 2 months ago by henhouse05
I use it in my library during creative play. The students LOVE it!!! Quite often they choose it over technology!Published 3 months ago by Wendy Gordon