Fun and Learning with Shape Mags
This post is sponsored by Shape Mags, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Hello, friends! Hope ya’ll are doing well today!
One of Oliver’s favorite things to do is build. Wooden train tracks, legos, and blocks are some of his favorite toys. These alone used to be able to keep him occupied for half the day. His building collection recently got a crowning jewel, though.
Fun with Shape Mags
Shape Mags are amazing. In case you don’t know what they are, they’re these amazing magnetic building tiles. They come in various shapes and colors so your little can build and stack and shape to create whatever design he or she can think of! Oliver loves them. (Honestly, so do Dan and I). Since we got them, he asks to play with them all. the. time!
These are so versatile. No boundaries exist for my 2 year old’s imagination, so it’s great to have a toy with no creative limits! One of my favorite parts about Shape Mags? Oliver can play with them, on his own, quietly, for an extended period of time. The unicorn of all toys exists, y’all, and for us it is existing in the Shape Mags Classic Set.
The longevity of these building tiles is also really exciting for me as a mom. I know this is a toy that Oliver will not outgrow. The first day he kind of just stacked them, but by the second day he was attempting small structures. This toy helps his little creative wheels to turn. It’s been so fun to see his motor skills developing more, already. No doubt that what he’ll learn to do with Shape Mags will keep growing as his imagination does.
In case I needed further convincing, I became really sold once I learned about the lifetime warranty on all pieces- this kid can tear up some toys, y’all. But all of these pieces can be replaced and are built to withstand toddlers, so it gives me complete piece of mind.
My favorite toys and activities for my kiddos are ones that have educational value and foster creativity, and I’m just so excited that these Shape Mags are doing all of that! This toy is great for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) learning as it really sharpens those skills. I feel so comfortable with my kiddos playing with a toy that I know will help their educational development.
Tell me, what toys do your little ones love to play with?
Have a phenomenal day!