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I have written before and LP and Little Man’s love of construction toys. They properly discovered Geomag last year with the NASA sets and asked Father Christmas for more to expand their collection. Now, to help pass the time whilst we’re stuck indoors they’ve been sent a fantastic new Geomag Confetti set to play with.
The Geomag Confetti 127 Piece set consists of 61 steel spheres, 60 light blue, orange, red and green rods, 4 square platforms and 2 pentagonal platforms. The rods and spheres are magnets and connect easily together, letting children create anything their imagination can dream of!
The set comes with an instruction sheet to get children started with a few ideas and using this Little Man was able to build a pyramid, a bridge and so many other structures.
We love Geomag because every set teaches the children about science and engineering whilst letting them explore their own creativity. It’s a really educational construction toy, teaching children about forces and magnetism and letting them build structures that seem to defy gravity – Little Man couldn’t have been more proud of the bridge that he built!
The children love Geomag and the Geomag Confetti set has been a great way to expand their collection. It would be fantastic as a first Geomag set or any child already familiar with Geomag would love adding all the bright colours of Geomag Confetti to their toy box.
The Geomag Confetti 127 Piece Set has an RRP of £70.00