Magna-Tiles Clear Colors 48 Piece DX Set For Ages 3+,Multi-color,Small

Magna-Tiles Clear Colors 48 Piece DX Set For Ages 3+

Magna-Tiles Clear Colors 48 Piece DX Set For Ages 3+,Multi-color,Small

  • Helps your child learn motor skills through building and stacking
  • Great for teaching hand eye coordination
  • Helps develop spatial reasoning
  • Gets your little one creative thinking
  • Encourages engineering skills from a young age
Dimensions: 44.45 x 6.35 x 32.39 cm; 1.76 Kilograms
Model: 12148
Material: Plastic
Colour: Multi-color
Pack Quantity: 48
Batteries Required: No
Batteries Included: No
Age: 36 months – 12 years
Assembly: No
Material: Plastic
Quantity: 48

Product Description



Learn early math concepts with Magna-Tiles:

  • Number Graphing
  • Building Patterns
  • Shape Puzzles
  • Simple Addition Sentences


The versatile Magna-Tiles engage children in creative play and help them learn and practice a variety of skills and concepts such as and not limited to:

  • Magnetic principles
  • Gravity
  • Glow in the Dark Properties


Magna-Tiles attract on all sides and in all combinations, helping children move from two-dimensional to three-dimensional creations. Try these fun alternatives to floor play:

  • Vertical play on garage doors, magnet boards, metal baking sheets and refrigerators
  • Outdoor play or near a window
  • Light tableplay

Valtech, Magna-Tiles Mission

The Magna-Tiles brand family is the original and premium magnetic building set on the market providing safe imaginative play that makes math and science fun and engaging for children of all ages.

For more than 20 years, Magna-Tiles have exceeded parents’ expectations for safety, durability, and is a toy that children will want to play with when other toys in their toy box have long since been forgotten.

Valtech LLC, the maker of Magna-Tiles and Magna-Qubix, is a family-owned company located outside of Chicago, IL. Magna-Tiles were invented by a Japanese mathematics teacher who wanted to create a better hands-on experience when learning geometric concepts in school and at home. In 1997, Valtech introduced Magna-Tiles to the US with the goal of building an interest in STEM subjects and inspiring the next generation of lifelong makers, creators and learners!