Hidden magnets in the colorful transparent plastic tiles give children the opportunity to build, create and design amazing structures. Construct the designs of your imagination using these sturdy magnetic shapes that come in a rainbow of colors. Our customer service experts each have a set at their desks and our productivity has dropped 37% in less than a month!
Magnatiles are a perfect tool for young minds bent on limitless exploration. With a plethora of colors and and equally diverse set of shapes, finding a limit to the construction possibilities is nearly impossible. The colorful magnetic tiles are made of durable, translucent plastic that will withstand rough play and repeated "tower collapses." The replay and reuse value of Magnatiles is amazing, just like the toy itself.
32 colorful transparent magnetic tiles
- 2 large squares
- 14 small squares
- 4 right isosceles triangles
- 8 equilateral triangles
- 4 acute isosceles triangles
Each tile is a bright, translucent color like green, red, orange, blue, or purple!
What does it teach?
Magna-Tiles are a great tool for teaching basic principles of geometry and physics and also dive into the more complex topics of architecture, engineering and magnetism. This award-winning play system develops patterning skills, shape recognition and motor skills, not to mention great spatial problem-solving skills.
December 8th, 2011
Click the thumbnail below to see the video.
Selina Wortrich - March 12, 2012
These tiles are great. The children like the variety of colors and love to play with them for hours. They are also very sturdy.
JoAnn Colorado - December 21, 2009
Claire is at the age right now where she is enthralled with toys that build other things. She will sit and play with Legos or blocks, and I love that about her! This set is really cool because they are easy to assemble and can turn into anything her imagination desires. Pros: This is a quiet game that doesn’t require batteries. (Are you seeing a theme here?) The kit comes with maps and instructions on how to build various structures, and we all had fun putting those together. All of us had fun building our own creations, too! Cons: The only con I can think of is that when a certain preschooler steals one of my integral pieces, I have to start over on my building…but that’s not the toy’s fault. Verdict: My preschooler loves this set, and she has yet to run out of things to make. This would be an awesome addition to your Wish List.