- DREAM BIG & BUILD BIG - No limitations, scalable to build as big as desired by adding more pieces to create the masterpiece.
- LEARNING BY PLAYING - Never too early to start developing a kid's creativity. Children can acquire a strong sense of color, geometrical shapes including 3D forms numbers counts, magnetic polarities, and architectural design at an early age.
- BONDING BY PLAYING - Entertaining for single or multiple parties and feel the sense of achievement together. Suitable for all ages (3+ and up) by one party or in groups a great way to spend quality time with the family and loved ones.
I was very hesitant as first when comparing the reviews & the Picasso Tiles to the Magna Tiles. I must say these tiles are vibrant colored, seem to be made well & a great purchase for the price. It came in a nice box & was packaged well. I bought these because of the amount of pieces you get for the price as compared to manga tiles. I must admit the magnatiles have a bit stronger magnet therefore they hold a little better but the cost of those are a lot more. It’s been a week of playing with Picasso tiles and everything is still in tact. They have gotten a few dings here and there. But overall my child really likes these tiles. I’m glad I got the 100 pieces because it’s perfect for building a nice sized house - not too little & not too much. They keep my child busy & creative for a while, especially when you throw other toys in the mix! I highly recommend these Picasso tiles, I would buy more & would even gift them to someone else!
We got these for our toddler for her 3rd bday. Im not sure if her, myself, or my husband like them more. We all have a lot of fun with them. The magnets seem to be rather strong and durable. My daughter throws herself at them to take them down and they are holding up perfectly. It was hard whether to choose this brand or the more commonly known one but I couldnt justify the price jump and we love these.
Amazing set! You should see the structures my daughter comes up with. She says she doesn't need a dollhouse or a castle. She can build one herself. Even my three-year-old nephew is building towers.We have three sets of magnet tiles - one set of PicassoTiles and 2 sets of another brand. My daughter insists on using the PicassoTiles. She says the magnets are stronger. One of her structures has occupied our kitchen table for over a month now. It hasn't fallen or shifted a bit despite all the kids playing with it. The towers and castles built with the other tiles haven't fared so well. Those have lasted (at the most) 5 minutes - with one or two kids hovering protectively over it and yelling at the others to go away. While it may have been funny the first few times, it gets really stressful (for both the parents and the kids) pretty quickly. Take my advice. Even it's more expensive than the other magnet tiles, buy the PicassoTiles.
What a great and versatile toy! I am able to bring my 3 year old son to gymnastics while my 5 year old daughter does her thing and keep him entertained for 1 hour! I simply being a plastic ziplock bag with a whole bunch of these with me to places where I think he will need a distraction or entertainment and off he goes creating houses and garages for his little car or two (which we also bring). After seeing how much my kids love this toy I purchased another 100 piece Picasso Tiles along with two packs of the flat cars. Both children play and create things such as the Polar Express Train and link the cars together... building them up as high as they can possibly go. Need to go on the treadmill? I grab the tile box, and they let me walk for 1 hour while they play. Not to mention how much physics and math goes into it without them even realizing it. And when the creativity collapses, it doesn't make all that much of a mess because the tiles do have magnets in them so they some what collapse in a nice neat pile. Absolutely love this toy!
Grandson loves magnetic tiles. Builds with them almost every day. These were added to his collection and did not disappoint. HIS only complaint is that the large triangles when laid out flat on the floor to form a "pizza" shaped circle, don't quite make a perfect "pie" shape. A small gap is left after 12 of them are placed side to side. If each triangle was exactly 30 degrees (which they are not...maybe half a degree shy), then they would fit together nicely to form a perfect circle. Other than that, great tiles and they mesh with the other brands we already own.