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Magna-Tiles® ICE 16-Piece Set

$30.00

Whether it’s at home or in the classroom, a Magna-Tiles® ICE 16-Piece Set is the perfect addition to any Magna-Tiles® collection. These beautiful clear tiles look just like ice, glass, or crystals – ideal for unleashing your child’s wildest dreams!

Kids age three and up are guaranteed to have fun while working alone, in teams, or with their family to build, create, and learn. Benefits of this kids’ magnetic building set include:

  • Beautiful transparency: This set puts a new twist on our popular line of magnetic building toys with clear, crystalline tiles. Kids can build igloos, glass houses, or diamond palaces and then marvel at the way the light shines through!
  • Kid-friendly materials and design: Magna-Tiles® magnetic building sets come with easy-to-hold shapes in three-inch sizes.
  • STEM-approved: This kids’ magnet set is STEM-approved as an educational Magna-Tiles® are easy to incorporate into lesson plans and classroom activities, encouraging the development of foundational skills like math, science, spatial reasoning, tactile concepts, and more.

The Magna-Tiles® ICE 16-Piece Set is completely safe and made with food-grade ABS (BPA/phthalates/latex free) plastic.

The clear tiles don’t cloud, scratch, or dent, keeping them looking great even after years of imaginative fun. That counts for outdoor play, too! The sonic-welded pieces are also water-resistant, and the strong ceramic magnets keep creations intact for hours on end.

These transparent tiles are compatible with all Magna-Tiles® sets, allowing endless mix-and-match possibilities.

When your child’s creations are complete, post them on social media for a chance to be featured with #magnatiles.

Includes:

  • 4 Small Squares
  • 4 Equilateral Triangles
  • 4 Right Triangles
  • 4 Isosceles Triangles

6 in stock

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MAGNA-TILESMagna-Tiles® were invented for a simple reason: to help kids learn geometric concepts at school and at home. Created by a Japanese math teacher, these magnetic blocks were brought to the U.S. in 1997 and quickly became a favorite of children, parents, and teachers.

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