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Galt Toys Magnetic Shapes
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- Over 40 magnetic pieces in assorted shapes and colours
- Create a variety of patterns
- Designs on the metallic tray
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A fun activity with over 40 magnetic pieces in assorted shapes and colours. Create a variety of patterns and designs on the metallic tray.
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Top Customer Reviews
Very disappointed, I can't think of a good thing to say. The pictures on the box are impossible to do, as the pack just doesn't contain the corresponding pieces or enough of them.
Also the pictures on the box you cannot actually re-create these as the colours included in the box are different than what is on the box's pictures.
Difficult for a young child with Autism to recreate the pictures when its impossible to actually do it.
My one grumble with this toy is that it is not easy to store if the box gets damaged/thrown away. It would be handy to have a little bag to keep the pieces together in. Also, the metal background piece looks like a biscuit tin lid, and being raised on the edges means that when my daughter stands on it it bends easy - but then again i have a very boisterous 2 year old!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Value for money??? All this is is an old biscuit tin with some magnetic shapes!! £8.00 and I didn't even get any biscuits!!!Published 3 months ago by Mrs D Gaffney
Arrived with missing magnets and on 1st use more of the magnets fell out of the shapes .... Disappointed as my girls love it but have less shapes to play with they they should havePublished 7 months ago by Zo
I wish I'd read the reviews before buying this, very poor quality, had to superglue some of the magnets into place as they keep falling out. Read morePublished 11 months ago by J. Blake