32 piece set contains 4 different shapes in various colors.
What’s Included: 16 squares and 16 different triangles (equilateral and isosceles).
Colors: yellow, green, red, orange, and blue (varies).
Jolly Mags are truly versatile, educational, and make a perfect toy for ages 3+. Young children will practice fine-motor skills and learn about colors, numbers, shapes, magnetic force and more. Older children will practice imaginative play with more complex structures. They will use critical thinking and problem solving skills to practice math, engineering, and architectural concepts.
Jolly Mags make a great bath toy. Try putting Jolly Mags in water and watch what happens; 2D structures float, whereas 3D structures sink. Impressive way to experiment and learn about geometry and gravity!
Combine Jolly Mags with your other favorite toys for endless hours of fun. Enhance the imagination and see where it can take you. Incorporating Jolly Mags with other toys is easy, fun, and simple way to set the stage for collaboration and sharing (box includes magnetic tiles only; other toys shown in pictures not included).
Blend Jolly Mags with a light source, such as a light table, glow sticks, or a window to create a truly magical experience. Teach your child about reflection and color mixing. How amazing is that!
Jolly Mags stick to any magnetic surface, allowing children to experiment with gravity and magnetic force during playtime. Give them Jolly Mags and watch them explore and test their environment for a magnetic source. Wake up that little explorer in your child! Indeed a wonderful experience!
STEAM toy – teach and reinforce Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.
- EDUCATIONAL: Versatile magnetic toy, allowing kids to experiment with gravity and magnetic force
- PRACTICAL LEARNING: Great for practicing fine-motor skills, critical thinking and problem solving
- COLLABORATIVE PLAY: Use Jolly Mags with other toys to set the stage for collaboration and sharing
- MULTIFUNCTIONAL: Jolly Mags make a great bath toy; 2D structures float, whereas 3D structures sink
- EXPLORATORY LEARNING: Blend the tiles with a light source to learn about reflection and color mixing