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- SUITABLE FOR AGES 3 AND ABOVE: A great way to spend quality time with your kids while they learn new things. Building toys made with topnotch materials for strong hold and durability
- ENHANCES YOUR CHILD'S SKILLS: Helps develop shape and color recognition, building and motor skills, communication, space thinking, math, etc. Includes variety of shapes that can be combined to create a castle and challenge their logic and thinking abilities
- INSPIRES CREATIVITY AND BRAIN DEVELOPMENT: Kids will enjoy unlimited possibilities of creating different 2D and 3D structures. Building toys made with BPA-free, non-toxic materials
- PERFECT GIFT FOR ANY OCCASION: This magnetic tiles set contains 86 pcs of different geometrical shapes and patterns with bright colors that kids will definitely love
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee - Shoppers Smart LLC warrants that the product above is in good condition, free from material or workmanship defects. Request for return or refund is case-to-case basis and must be free from doubt of negligence from the buyer side within 30 days upon purchase
Let your kids unleash their wild imagination and ideas with Children Hub’s magnetic toys!Why Choose Children Hub?We care about your child's development: These popular science toys encourage imaginative and creative play, enhance math, geometry, and science skills. We make things easy for your...
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