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Picasso Tiles ¨ 60 piece set Magnet Building Tiles Clear 3D color Magnetic Building Blocks – Creativity beyond Imagination! Inspirational: Fun and entertaining, perfect educational presents for school age children that will never go out of style – Recreational: Entertaining for single or multiple parties, great for parent-to-child bonding with hours of fun quality time. Easy to construct and easy to put away for storage. – Educational: Learning is Fun! It's never too early to start developing kids creativity at a young age, Picasso Tiles inspire youngsters learning by playing, children will acquire a strong sense of colors, geometrical shapes including 3D forms, number counts, magnetic polars, as well as the creativity which is the key factor to success in today's ever changing environment. Give the youngsters a head start. – Unconventional: Unlike typical toys, each piece of tiles can be replaced and more tiles can always be added to build objects as big as desired. What's in the box – 4 x large square (6" x 6") – 24 x small square (3" x 3") – 18 x small triangular (3" x 3") – 8 x medium triangular (3" x 4") – 6 x tall triangular (3" x 5.5")
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I first saw this type of building set in a children’s museum. It’s a great toy that can provide hours of creative play!
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So far so good! We bought a more expensive brand for the first set, and I wanted to add on to my daughter’s collection. I decided to give these a try and they work really well. Time will tell how durable they are, but I’m pleased so far.
Fun to play with, easy to clean up.
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This product is amazing and Amazon has one of the best prices in town. My little boy who is 4 years old loves to play with these tiles for hours. He becomes so creative and you can almost see his little mind working to create houses, spaceships, castles and much much more. The tiles store very well and the magnets are durable and work properly. I am impressed with the quality.
Great value for a unique children’s toy
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My kids love these. Easy to build with. Colorful. Teaches shapes and colors, along with basic principles of magnetism. The hardest part is getting them to share the time with the set without fighting over the pieces. The box they come in neatly stores all the pieces when not being used, and the company sent me a booklet of ideas to build with. Recommend building toy for smaller children who might not be ready for Duplo or Lego just yet.
Great for motor skills and confidence.
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My 2 year old loves to play with them daily even after having them for a few months. I plan to purchase another set as soon as they go on sale again. They hold up to my child running over them with his dump truck and smashing them after completing a tower. They are great for building motor skills at this age since he doesn’t quite have the dexterity and coordination for small Lego/Lincoln logs etc. He has a sense of accomplishment that he could yet get with the more difficult building toys for older children.
Kids absolutely love these!
During the holidays, these sell out fast… and for a reason! The tiles are really fun and after my kids were exposed to them for the first time at Christmas, we ended up trying to get something similar. Although the substitutes are still fun, they just aren’t the same as these. The kids prefer these for many reasons, but honestly I think it’s the colors and how they feel. I wish I had paid attention to the prices of the 60 piece versus the 100 piece set… I ended up coming back for another set and seeing the difference and bought the bigger one because it was not much more. We plan to have all the kids in the family over for Christmas again, so the two sets will work out great anyway.
Fantastic Tactile Toy for Sensory Processing Disorder
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This is probably my kid’s favorite toy. I have an adopted special needs son who is 12 years old with sensory processing disorder. He will play with these for hours. So many different things you can construct and the magnets help it stay together. It helps my son logic through what structures work and don’t and it’s a great tactile tool. Will definitely buy more sets.
#1 played with toy at our house
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This is the #1 played with toy at our house. They are never put away for more than an hour before someone at our house gets them back out. My kids ages 7, 5 and 3 play with these every single day. They love building houses and other structures with these to house their little plastic toy animals. My son has even constructed a “tornado shelter” for the animals out of these 🙂 We also have magformers which my kids also enjoy but they play with these picasso tiles more often. I would get the largest set available. This 60 piece set is a good size for one child but when all three of my kids want to play with these there are not a lot to share and still be able to build substantial structures.
My son LOVED these when he played with them at preschool
My son LOVED these when he played with them at preschool. A friend gifted some for us to have at home and he used them for many years. Endless possibilities for a creative and imaginative mind and little hands! We have now purchased this for our granddaughter for a Christmas gift. Time will tell if she enjoys them as much as her uncle… The tiles are easy to grasp and attach to other tiles easily making building structures and shapes easy and stable while coming apart with ease when pulled. We can’t wait to see what she makes with her tiles!
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