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Learning Resources Snap Cubes (Set of 100). These plastic 2cm cubes come in 10 bright colours and can connect to one another on all six sides. Easy for little hands to join and twist apart, these colourful cubes will keep young learners engaged in a variety of maths activities. Learning Resources Snap Cubes can be used in place of any 2cm cubes, and have been designed to fit in Unifix apparatus and material. Includes Teacher's Guide. Set of 100. Suitable for ages 5+
1 x Learning Resources Snap Cubes, Set Of 100
Arrived on time and packaged very well. As soon as my son got home from school he got them out the packet and was playing with them. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Vicky Harrison
Good for counting but some connect together quite loosely. Would purchase again though.Published 5 days ago by mummy of 2
Not as good quality as I expected from learning resources. One cube was damaged /faulty.Published 10 days ago by Helen
Yeah serves it's purpose. Cheap quality - very hard/sharp plastic could be used as a weapon.Published 15 days ago by empressdivine
Poor quality. The cubes don't 'snap together', and don't connect well leading to frustration when a line of, say, 6 have been built and picked up only for the cubes to fall apart. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mrs J Wallis
I chose this as numbicon seemed so exprense for what it is, this is definitely a cheaper alternative that helps young children visualize the concept of numbers and mathPublished 4 months ago by CC