PicassoTiles 100 Piece Set 100pcs...

(5 customer reviews)

$47.99

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Product Description

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EDUCATIONAL

Learning is Fun! It’s never too early to start developing kids creativity at a young age, Magnet Building Tiles inspire youngsters learning by playing, children will acquire a strong sense of colors, geometrical shapes including 3D forms, number counts, magnetic poles, as well as the creativity which is the key factor to success in today’s ever-changing environment. Give the youngsters a head start.

RECREATIONAL

Entertaining for single or multiple parties, great for parent-to-child bonding with hours of fun quality time. Easy to construct and easy to put away for storage.

UNCONVENTIONAL

Unlike typical toys, each piece of tiles can be replaced and more tiles can always be added to build objects as big as desired.

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DREAM BIG & BUILD BIG

No limitations, scalable to build as big as desired by adding more pieces to create the masterpiece. PicassoTiles in colossal styles.

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LEARNING BY PLAYING

Never too early to start developing kids creativity. Children can acquire a strong sense of color, geometrical shapes including 3D forms numbers counts, magnetic polarities & architectural design at an early age.

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BONDING BY PLAYING

Entertaining for single or multiple parties and feel the sense of achievement together. Suitable for all ages (3+ and up) by one party of in groups a great way to spend quality time with the family and love ones.

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LEARNING IS FUN

Encourage creativity which is the key factor to success in today’s ever-changing environments. Fun and entertaining, perfect educational presents for school-age children that will never go out of style.

DREAM BIG & BUILD BIG

LEARNING BY PLAYING

BONDING BY PLAYING

LEARNING IS FUN

Number of Pieces

150

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80

32

50

112

Form Factor

Magnetic marble run

Magnetic action figures

Magnetic race track

Magnet Building Tiles

Magnetic cubes

Magnetic playing book

Elements

Contains 150 vibrant, colorful, translucent, and magnetic piece building blocks and tiles

360-degree head and arm rotation. Bendable legs with strong built-in magnetic that connect well with PicassoTiles magnetic tiles

Equipped with columns and slopes to allow the creation of multi-layer 3D taller race track building

No limitations, scalable to build as big as desired by adding more pieces to create the masterpiece

Strong 1-inch magnet cubes connect easily on any side – 6 different colors

80 mix & match magnetic animal pieces and 4 markers with cap erasers

Add-ons

DREAM BIG & BUILD BIG – No limitations, scalable to build as big as desired by adding more pieces to create the masterpiece. PicassoTiles in colossal styles.
LEARNING BY PLAYING – Never too early to start developing kids’ creativity. Children can acquire strong sense of color, geometrical shapes including 3D forms numbers counts, magnetic polarities & architectural design at early age.
BONDING BY PLAYING – Entertaining for single or multiple parties and feel the sense of achievement together. Suitable for all ages (3+ and up) by one party of in groups a great way to spend quality time with the family and loved ones.
LEARNING IS FUN – Encourage creativity which is the key factor to success in today’s ever-changing environments. Fun and entertaining, perfect educational presents for school-age children that will never go out of style.
CREATIVITY BEYOND IMAGINATION – Magnet Building Tiles Clear 3D color Magnetic Building Blocks Playboards for preschool, pretend play, and more. Easy to construct and easy to put away for storage.

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5 reviews for PicassoTiles 100 Piece Set 100pcs...

  1. Aleisha Lynn Solorio

    I bought this as a birthday present for my 4 year old twins. I wasn’t sure how they would like it since it’s not a Barbie or anything like what they’ve been into lately. They opened the package & were immediately intrigued. Within minutes my girls & most of the adults in the room were quietly building with these awesome tiles. That was a week ago & my kids have played & built with these every day since then. I love that they are learning quiet play that stimulates their imaginations, no batteries or charging required! Plus they even love to clean them up because it’s fun to get them to stick together with the magnets & make big stacks. Awesome toy that is fun for the whole family!

  2. Barbara

    After a very successful introduction of this product concept to our household over Christmas (wasn’t the same brand, but my 3 kids didn’t put them down for three weeks straight), I promised my now-9-year-old daughter that she could have another set for her birthday in February- because she and her 2 sisters (7 and 3) were not able to build their crazy creations as tall as they wanted to. I also feel that this product is a seriously wonderful first lesson in geometry, and wholeheartedly support their desire for a toy that will boost learning and encourage them to work together as a team. So, when I started shopping for another set, I explored getting the same brand of tiles as I had previously purchased. However, Picasso Tiles came up in my search results as well. They were significantly less money than the alternate brand, and the tiles appeared to be identical in the product photos. After some research and finding that user reviews for Picasso Tiles were just as good – if not better – than their pricier counterparts, and that compatibility with tiles from other makers seemed to be a non-issue across the board, I went for it. And I’m not disappointed. Let’s start with the box. These, unlike the last (more expensive) brand I bought, arrived in a box that you could actually easily re-use for storage of the set, if you wanted to. The box has a flip-open lid, a plastic carry handle, and an internal organizational tray to hug the pieces and keep them from sliding around, and seemed sturdy enough to support these for many years. Needless to say, the box and the outer box were well sealed and packed and everything arrived in pristine condition. Next, the tiles themselves: the only variation I have noticed between Picasso Tiles and the brand I previously purchased (besides slight differences in color) is that there are a few LARGE square tiles (which the kids are fascinated with) and the taller triangles are very slightly longer/pointier in shape. They are nevertheless completely compatible with the other set, and I see no difference in quality, manufacturing, or workmanship. If anything, the magnets in Picasso Tiles actually seem stronger! Very happy, and if we buy more of these I will be going for this brand first!

  3. Primer

    Local children’s museum has the authentic Magna-Tiles and my kids loved them so decided to buy these for Christmas. Bought because the reviews were so high citing the quantity and quality vs cost of competition.These are 100% just like Magna-Tiles but for less than half the cost. Bought 100 for $55, Magna Tiles for 100 are $110 as of writing. These are basically same size and quality.Regardless of ANY price, my son has built some truly awesome buildings and towers with these in just the first few days on using at home. He gets so much more out of these use them at home rather than using them at a busy children’s museum. I couldn’t be happier with this purchase for spurring creativity.

  4. Ellie1400

    We own both MagnaTiles brand and PicassoTiles. The MagnaTiles and PicassoTiles are identical in size and shape, and they are nearly identical in color (the PicassoTiles set does not include any purple tiles). The PicassoTiles magnets are just as strong as those on the MagnaTiles. We use both sets together completely seamlessly.The only notable difference between the two brands of tiles (other than price) is that MagnaTiles have round metal rivets in the corners that hold the tiles together. I wonder if these rivets will ultimately make the MagnaTiles more durable than the PicassoTiles. I have not owned the tiles long enough to comment on this.But after a six months of daily use by my two young children, the PicassoTiles are holding up without any problem. No complaints.UPDATE: As of April 2018, after 4 years of frequent use, the MagnaTiles and Picasso Tiles show no difference in wear and tear. I think the reinforced metal rivets on the MagnaTiles could be necessary if the tiles are being used at a school, daycare, or children’s museum. But based on regular home use, there is no difference in durability between the Picasso Tiles and MagnaTiles. Both brands have held up fine: tiles have been thrown, tall towers have collapsed onto hard floors, tiles have been tossed carelessly into the storage bin during cleanup. No problems.

  5. A. Goldberg

    I’m sure plenty has already been said about these. They work just fine with Magna-Tiles. They don’t have the little metal rivets, but they seem just as strong, and the same size. My kids have them all mixed up together, and everything works fine. I had a price alert on these for like two years before I finally bought them, but at least they’re cheaper than the other ones, and it gave my daughter time to grow into more interest in building with them. At 2-3, she never really used her Magna-Tiles after the novelty wore off. But now, at almost 4, she really loves building with them and plays with them and these Picasso tiles almost every day. Then she puts them neatly back into their carrying case and everybody’s happy.

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