Geomag Magicube Review

We have reviewed Geomag products before and they were a hit with the kids!

This time though, it is slightly different. The Geomag Magicube sets are made from 100% recycled plastic and are a new range of building blocks that are better for the environment and create hours of fun for children of all ages. The Magicube range is great for smaller hands as they are chunky and encourage development of find motor skills as well as encouraging creativity.

The Magicube are magnetic on all sides. This ensures that possibilities are endless when it comes to creative play. Children can play for hours and there is an idea sheet that comes with the larger kit incase you can’t think of anything to create.

The Geomag Magicube 32 piece set is a great starter set and comes with 4 different shapes and magnetic wheels for those moving creations. Sets like this have limitless constructions and are great for screen free time for the kids. Geomag are really trying to help the environment with the packaging to the 32 piece set being recyclable too.

Magicube is an amazing STEM activity for kids and suitable for children ages 1-5 years.

Elsa, Cleo and Brody all played with the Magicube and it has become one of their favourite activities to do. Brody plays with them the most and watching him create is amazing. We have never seen a toy like this made for children from one year so it is great to see STEM and creative toys for a younger audiance.

Set prices start from £15 and can be found in The Entertainer online and in stores.

Disclaimer – we were kindly sent this in exchange for a blog post

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