180 piece educational kit with 26 alphabet tiles,10 numbers tiles, 11 Roman numeral tiles, 2 cars, 2 LED glow-in-the-dark tiles and 2 large 3-by-1 columns. Also includes 8 symbols, 38 small triangles, 34 right triangles, 18 isosceles triangles, 2 large squares and 27 windows and other pieces.
CR 2032 batteries for LED tiles not included.
100 pieces, including 8 large squares, 46 small squares, 20 small triangles, 12 medium triangles and 14 tall triangles in a variety of colors. Compatible with magnetic tiles from other manufacturers.
Tiles may break if they fall on a hard surface, spilling magnets on the floor. Large squares only have magnets along the edges, which limits their use in building.
60-piece set includes 4 large squares, 24 small squares, 18 small triangles, 8 medium triangles and 6 large triangles. Compatible with other PicassoTiles sets.
Tiles can come apart, spilling magnets on the floor, so keep away from babies and young toddlers.
42-piece set with more artistic looking shapes, such as 7 letter "N" shapes, 7 letter shapes, 7 large windows, 7 arched windows, 7 double doors and 7 letter H shapes. Compatible with other PicassoTile sets.
Lighter weight than traditional PicassoTiles pieces, which can make them harder to stack with other sets.
Interlocking bristles fit together to create a variety of shapes. Easy to connect and take apart. Blocks come in a variety of shapes and colors. Older kids may enjoy playing with them as well.
Sometimes takes a lot of strength to push the bristles together.
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PicassoTiles are entertaining building sets that help build skills in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). Most PicassoTiles are joined together using built-in magnets, although a few sets feature bristles or plastic screws that hold the pieces together. PicassoTiles can encourage creativity and help younger children reinforce colors and geometric shapes. Older children can use them to foster active learning about topics like dimensions, magnetic polarities, and architectural design. PicassoTiles are intended for children ages 3 and older. When choosing a set, consider the age of your child, how many children will typically use them, and what kinds of fasteners will be safe for the children in your house.
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