Quercetti Magnetic Numbers 48 Pieces Reviews
Product Type: Quercetti Child Development
Description:Brand: Quercetti / Age: 4 Years+ / Type: Math / Set of 48 Magnetic Numbers & Symbols, colourful and fun educational ... more
Quercetti Magnetic Numbers 48 Pieces ... aid, magnetise to any smooth metallic surface such as fridge doors, or magnetic play board. Ideal for fun play, with the added bonus of teaching basic arithmetic. For ages four years and upwards.
Newest Review: ... are aimed at children from age four pluss which I think is a good age as you wouldn't want a child putting these in there ... more
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Customer Quercetti Magnetic Numbers 48 Pieces Reviews (3)
by - written on 20/11/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
My daughters have had these magnetic numbers a few years now. I brought this set for around four pounds and also brought a letters set and a magnetic easle to go with this set. I brought all of mine from the studio catalogue. These are aimed at children from age four pluss which I think is a good age as you wouldn't want a child putting these in there mouthes because of the magnets on them and we have had a few come loose and need to be glued back in. These are made of a nice chunky plastic which is hard wearing and washable so will last a long time. There are over fourty magnets in the set so you won't be short of numbers or symbols to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
My daughter is fortunate in that she has never had any problems with her reading or numeracy. It seems to me as if she was able to recognise letters and numbers from such an early age. The same can not be said for my five year old son. He is much more practical and mechanically minded. But as for recognising letters and numbers he has had a real struggle. Although his teacher is very pleased with his progress this last year in respects to recognising numbers. I wanted to bring something into the home that would continue to help him improve his maths and numerical recognition. Whilst looking on Amazon, I came across this wonderful set that I knew ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/10, updated on 04/09/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
We used to have a set of these brightly coloured plastic magnetic numbers on our fridge freezer door for as long as I can remember, along with a set of plastic magnetic alphabet letters. Ours came in green, red, orange, yellow, and blue. We had great fun with these leaving messages for each other and the numbers were handy to have too. As we could leave messages like 1 x milk, 6 x eggs, etc. Perfect for those moments when you go to the cupboard to get something, find its not there, then forget to add it to your shopping list. ********************************************************** Our set of numbers came as a set of 48 numbers and ... Read the complete review
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