Experimenting with magnetism...

in #ruthphotostories10 months ago (edited)

I recently found this awesome set of magnetic tiles at a super price last weekend!! The whole set of 148 pieces for less than 60€ (when it usually costs more than 120€ in online shops). I could not resist, so I asked Trumpman to buy it for our little hooligan 😝

He was a little reluctant at first, but I started throwing a ton of arguments for it so he succumbed (or just got fed up with my babbling and said yes so as to make me stop). I mean, think about it, fine motor skills, creativity, building and problem solving skills, first touch with basic magnetism... There was no way we were going to miss that chance!!

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The package arrived yesterday and we just opened it this morning. First of all, I must say I got really really excited and started playing with it myself 😂 The potential this set has is very big, you have a wide variety of shapes and an instruction book with various objects to build, from a simple house to a more complicated funfair wheel. 🎡

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We began with something easy, a house and a truck first.

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Little Man seemed absorbed and it has been almost an hour now he's been playing with these. An hour?! That's a record!!! 😂😂

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I hope he keeps showing interest in them and doesn't get bored in a few days like he always does with new toys.

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Time will tell...


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Playing with it will help her to sharpen her brains
You've bought a wonderful thing

It really a great idea to get something like that for her

I just read trumpmans post. I’m going to gift these to a buddy of mines toddler in July when he turns three. Thanks