Magna-Tiles Translucent Colors (100 pieces)

Magna-Tiles® Clear Colors 100 Piece Set includes: 50 Small Squares, 4 Large Squares, 15 Isosceles Triangles, 11 Right Triangles and 20 Equilateral Triangles

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 the solid colored Magna-Tiles ® to make windows, skylights, etc. Perfect for classrooms and multi-child play.

3 thoughts on “Magna-Tiles Translucent Colors (100 pieces)

  1. book lover says:

    4 large squares now included in the 100 piece set We bought our 100-piece set in September, and four large squares were included. There is a review that says no large squares are included in the 100-piece set – that review is outdated.Specifically, the set includes:50 – 3″x3″ Squares15 – Isosceles Triangles11 – Right Triangles20 – Equilateral Triangles4 – 6×6 trianglesWe’ve had magnatiles for approximately two months now, and my daughter has played with them every day. Magna-tiles are very open-ended and can be incorporated into practically any game. Rocket ships. Parking garages for matchbox cars. Jail cells and homes for little people and weebles. My daughter constantly amazes me by what she builds.As a parent, I really love magnatiles too. I can see educational opportunities in them from preschool to geometry. Right off, my daughter learned that two right-triangles make a square, three isosceles triangles make a trapezoid. She instantly figured out how to…

  2. Hilary P says:

    The perfect toy! My friend had always raved about her son’s magna tiles, but they seemed kind of pricey to me and I figured my kids could play with lego’s or blocks, which are much less expensive.For Hannukah this year, I decided to buy my three kids (4 1/2 year old girl and twin 2 1/2 year old boys) a set of 100 magnatiles. I was concerned that the boys wouldn’t understand how to stack them up, but I was totally wrong.I got home from work last night and my nanny and three kids were building a huge tower with the magna tiles. My nanny told me that they had played ALL DAY LONG with the magna tiles and that the kids built all sorts of things with them. I was thrilled!They were totally worth the money – just to see my three kids sitting there all working together to build something. I highly recommend the 100 piece set. 32 pieces just isn’t enough. In fact, I think we need more than 100 pieces because each of my kids wanted to build a huge Empire State Building tower!For…

  3. Susan McLeod-Harrison "Author of Saving Women... says:

    Tiles collapse easily into each other After reading the reviews, I really thought I couldn’t go wrong buying these tiles. But so far my 4 year old has no interest in them. He gave them a try, but he can’t pick up the structures he builds because they immediately collapse into each other. I’m really surprised this isn’t frustrating for at least some kids. But I thought I’d add my experience to the totally positive reviews just in case you think your kid might be that 1 in 100, like mine, who finds this an irritating experience.

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