The Switch and Spin Magnetic Gear Board helps practice hand grasp, control, coordination, cause and effect and problem solving.
Description: A unique spin on magnetic toys, Switch & Spin Magnetic Gear Board lets kids build their own toy! Simply choose a picture template from 10 unique designs and place it in the wooden frame. Then add the gears in the color-coded spaces to turn each picture into an amazing kid-powered machine! Or remove the templates to reveal the white magnetic surface–perfect for an open-ended exploration of simple mechanics, or a range of counting, adding, and problem-solving activities (instructions included). This sturdy, durable gears toy includes a magnetic board with wooden frame, eight magnetic pegs, eight colorful gears, and five double-sided, color-coded design templates.
Product Features: Magnetic board with eight pegs and gears to place, spin and rearrange, Includes magnetic board with wooden frame, eight magnetic pegs, eight gears and five double-sided design templates., Design templates feature appealing line-art drawings that come to life when the colorful pegs are placed., Each card features color-coded holes to guide peg placement, plus an easy-lift table for no-hassle design changes., Ideal for developing dexterity, problem solving and an understanding of cause-and-effect and simple mechanics
Buy New: $13.99 USD
Buy Used: $13.27 USD
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