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  1. I didn’t know you could do all that with these tiles. Looks like a fun playtime plus learning too.

  2. I would love these to use as a fine motor tool with my kids! A great tool to combine learning and coordination.
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  3. Such creative ideas with Magna-Tiles! I work w/students in Special Ed. and writing typically a non-preferred task. These will surely get them engaged to either use dry erase to write on them (who knew?) or to build the individual letters in Upper and Lower case! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Laura Patterson says:

    I love Magna-Tiles, and you have so many wonderful ideas here! I’ve given my kids cards with pictures of structures on them. I challenge them to build the structure using the tiles. We also make patterns with them and combine the to make various shapes. Your gift to someone of a set of these is very generous! Thank you for the opportunity!

  5. Amy Lynch says:

    I love Magna-Tiles and I would love to have another set for my library. Thanks for the opportunity!

  6. Thank you! We love using Magna Tiles in my class, but we don’t have a class supply yet, so thank you for this opportunity.

  7. The children I visit would like the magna tiles.

  8. My grandsons love them, but we only have a few. A full set would be wonderful.

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