Skills

The award-winning design of Magformers magnetic construction toys helps to explore and develop children's creativity. At the core of the company, is the concept of 3D Brain Training – which helps children to develop comprehensive three-dimensional thinking through play.

Internationally, Magformers has received more than 50 global educational and toy awards. Children can use basic Magformers geometric shapes to create 2D ‘flat’ plans (known as nets), but also 3D figures. It’s very easy to lay Magformers flat, forming a mathematical net, and pull them up to form 3D towers, cubes and other shapes.

Magformers structures are always super-easy to assemble, take apart, then build again – and clean away.

Develop Curiosity, Creativity & Imagination

With Magformers magnetic construction sets, children can make hundreds of models from flowers and animals, to robots and cars and also come up with their own amazing ideas.

Improve Reasoning

Magformers help improve reasoning skills through the process of assembling ‘flat’ 2D planar (also known as ‘nets’) and then instantly transforming those ‘nets’ into 3D shapes.

Sensory Development

Improves fine motor skills through touching and combining magnetic construction pieces by hand. Magformers can help your child develop strength in his/her hands by using the small muscles in the hand and fingers for more refined movements. Through the process of playing with Magformers magnetic construction shapes, your child will develop their fine motor skills.

Develops Mathematical & Scientific Thinking

Combining and connecting magnetic pieces helps understand the concepts of space, principles of parts and whole 2D shapes and patterns. The magnetic pieces allow children to identify, compare, sort and easily make different 2D and 3D shapes and 3D nets including squares, triangles, pentagons, hexagons, rectangles, cuboids, pyramids and prisms. Workbooks or cards are included in every set and these assist the study of: number of sides, edges, vertices and faces, turns, angles, number bonds, sequencing, geometric shape recognition and symmetry.