Rainbow Transport Pack 50 pieces


Concentration & memory
Creativity & fantasy
Spatial awareness

Discover the endless possibilities of Connetix with this set "Rainbow Transport Pack 50 pc". The set contains transparent, colorful, magnetic tiles and parts with which you can make a car, train or truck, but also other 2D and 3D structures. This stimulates spatial insight, problem-solving ability, hand-eye coordination and fine and gross motor skills.

Connetix is ​​an open-ended toy. Open-ended play has no imposed game pattern and no predetermined end result. It therefore provokes a high degree of ingenuity, creativity and fantasy because children can determine the content themselves. This means that the toy does not get boring quickly and children can enjoy it for years to come.

The tiles are available in a wide range of colors and shapes, allowing children to make their own unique creations.

  • Transport Pack 50-piece rainbow
  • The set consists of: 1x base for a train or truck, 2x base for a car, 3x triangles, 3x right-angled triangles, 2x isosceles triangles, 15x doors, 4x small squares, 2x windows, 18 rectangles, inspiration booklet.
  • Made of ABS plastic. Free from lead, phthalates and BPA.
  • Small squares size: 7.5cm x7.5cm
  • Age: 3+ years

The Connetix are made from food-safe ABS plastic that is BPA-free and contains no latex or phthalates.
The magnetic blocks, which consist of sturdy plastic and strong ceramic magnets and stainless steel rivets, are welded to last for years. The colors are vibrant, very bright and made exclusively from high-quality, non-toxic materials, with a finish that resists scratches and dents. The Connetix have a striking resemblance to stained glass and are completely translucent, with vibrant colors that do not fade or become foggy over time.

Think of your own creation such as a house, castle, farm, zoos, parking garage, rocket, ship or a high tower. Or grab the inspiration booklet and recreate something.

Make sorting trays with the Connetix tiles. Grab your loose parts and sort by color.

Build the tiles against the windows and discover the light through the tiles. You can trace the shadows that fall on the ground on paper.

Place different colored tiles on top of each other. What colors are created now?

Cut a magnifying glass shape from a piece of cardboard. Cut a square from the center and place a Connetix tile in it. Explore and discover the power of light play.

Hang notes with letters on a magnetic board (for example flash cards). Write the alphabet on the Connetix tiles with chalk (marker). Match the letters on the tiles with the letters on the board.

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