Geomag Confetti Review

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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.

Geomag Confetti Review

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!

Geomag Confetti Review
Geomag Confetti Review

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.

Geomag Confetti Review
Geomag Confetti Review

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!

Geomag Confetti Review
Geomag Confetti Review

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

Geomag Confetti Review
Geomag Confetti Review


  • Donna Wishart

    Donna Wishart is married to Dave and they have two children, Athena (12) and Troy (11). They live in Surrey with their two cats, Fred and George. Once a Bank Manager, Donna has been writing about everything from family finance to days out, travel and her favourite recipes since 2012. Donna is happiest either exploring somewhere new, with her camera in her hand and family by her side or snuggled up with a cat on her lap, reading a book and enjoying a nice cup of tea. She firmly believes that tea and cake can fix most things.

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  1. the creativity, it really encourages kids to create, use imagination, and understand 3D structures

  2. It’s simplicity. You don’t have to spend an hour reading instructions before you can play with it.

  3. The thing I like most is how versatile they are. Kids nowadays lack creativity – they like instructions. This allows them to explore – I love that

  4. I really like the geomag set because it allows children to learn through play, they are learning new skills and they don’t even realise!

  5. I love the Geomag range as it’s educational, fun and a great way for a child to use their imagination.

  6. I most like the variety of things that can be made but also the requirement for concentration and motor skills.

  7. I love how these sets inspire creativity and concepts of structure and design for children. Fantastic toy!

  8. I love that kids can learn about shapes and use a different part of their brain that they don’t usually use…

  9. I like the fact that the child can actually achieve a great deal and gain a sense of satisfaction from it!

  10. I love that there is so many different ways to put them together and that they encourage imagination.

  11. I love how much you can actually do with them! My brother had something similar when we were kids and we used to spend hours playing with them

  12. I think it’s a really nice set, as it gives the freedom to be as creative as you want to be!

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