Let your child flex their imagination with Magnaflex by WowWee. Colorful and bendable magnets that they can shape and transform it to whatever their mind thinks up! Magnaflex will make the perfect toy for the holiday season!
I got a Magnaflex kit for Clay to play with, and I have to say Adam and I even found it was fun for adults to sit and see what fun shapes and objects you could make using these magnets. I love the bright bold colors, that really draws in Clay’s attention. He loves sitting and sticking them together and seeing what he can make.
Magnaflex Bendable Magnaflex Magnets to Create Objects and Shapes
We were playing with these the other day and he hooked two together and then stuck it on his hand like a bracelet. This picture shows you how proud he was of himself. He loves being able to create whatever his mind lets him. I think this is a wonderful learning tool to help grow your child’s imagination and offer motor skills for your child.
Magnaflex Helps Grow Your Child’s Imagination
Magnaflex sells different sets, I got the fun in the sun set, but you can buy rainbow, vehicles, critters, and other fun sets. My kit came with a sheet that shared pictures and instructions on how to create fun objects. You could make a palm tree, crab, beach ball and more. I loved that they shared how to put the magnets together to make that exact object. We did a few of them for Clay and he got such a laugh out of it. I think it helped him to know that he could create anything he put his mind too! I highly suggest these for birthday gifts and holiday gifts. They are so fun and really let your child create whatever they want.
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