KiwiClings will cling to any smooth, shiny surface such as glass, mirrors, laminated surfaces, whiteboards, whiteware and glazed ceramics.
They are durable (25% thicker on average than competing brands) and can be re-used over and over again!
This set: A huge range of geometric shapes can be assembled into cars, planes and other constructions. This set will help children understand the basic concepts of geometry and maths.
Includes: Over 70 assorted basic geometric shapes, a set of 7 'fractional circles' and a complete 7-piece 'Tangram' set.
When we first opened this packet of shapes the kids werent very taken with them. However, when we got the shapes out and started putting them on the window their interest started to build. I showed them what could be made with these shapes and they started to come to life.
This toy for us hasnt been one that the kids spend long periods of time on but as they are on the lounge window I notice most days that they have been changed. We have had fish and planes, teddies and stars. And many more shapes.
One thing I have found them great for is teaching my preschoolers about shapes. Much more interesting than drawing a shape, I can make a square, tell them what it is and then they can do it. And in different sizes and colours.
I would say the KiwiClings are great value for money and a really worthwhile toy and learning tool to have in anybody's house who has children. My two year old, 4, 5, 8 and even 10 year old uses them.
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