Magicube +1 Encourages Learning at an Early Age

Being a parent I like to help give my children an edge. I want them to start learning as soon as possible, but in a fun way. Reading to my children from birth is one way I help them learn a love of reading. Geomag helps me start them early with being creative and building with their hands with Magicube 1+.

The best part of Magicube 1+ is that they can start just over the age of 1. Take playing blocks to a whole new level. Each side of the cubes is magnetic and so your child can build in just about any way possible. Let their imaginations take them where they like. 

I particularly enjoy that you can get different themed cubes. There is the standard color of course and can be built into so many kinds of structures. Then there is also Fruit, Animals, and Transportation! The images are so darling and children love them. I am an adult and I simply adore them. 

You can help your child build so many different things. Then when it is alone play, they can proudly show you all the things they created. This brings out a sense of pride in what they do and also helps them be creative. Did I also mention these are great for hand-eye coordination? 

The fun does not have to end with what is pictured, but in each set there are cards. These cards are great because they give you other options in building you may not have thought of. Along with different ways to build. This helps your child think outside the box. Imagine those problem-solving skills when they are older. 

I put so much research into how to help my children the best. I want them to become who they chose to be. Though I also want them to learn everything they wish to, and some things they don’t. Knowledge is power I want my children to possess. With Geomag what I desire is within reach. So many options as they grow. How could a mother want anything else? 

Wren

Mother of two beautiful daughters that keep her busy. She also has an eclectic home full of animals. Currently has 2 dogs Trixie (13 yrs old) a terrier mix and Willow (3) an Alaskan Malamute. There are currently 3 cats that own her Cali (16), Catniss EverPurr (4), and Fizzgig a kitten who is the biggest dictator of all. Last, but certainly not least, Morton a chinchilla (10). Wren enjoys home improvement projects and is always doing something on the fly if it is repainting all her cabinets or ripping out the carpets, she enjoys the challenge and loves improving her home. Most people on the internet know her as Leotastic or Leo for short. She streams video games on Twitch and/or Mixer and truly enjoys the community there. In her free time, she plays Dungeons and Dragons with her friends or goes out and sings terrible karaoke.

8 thoughts on “Magicube +1 Encourages Learning at an Early Age

  • July 30, 2019 at 3:19 pm
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    This magic cube is very interesting little gadget for early years .I wish we would of have it available when my kids were younger, thank you!

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  • July 30, 2019 at 6:36 pm
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    magnets can be a lot of fun. i don’t have kids but i love spoiling cousins and friends’ kids. i prefer melissa and doug but these look like they are educative too.

    Joy at The Joyous Living

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  • July 30, 2019 at 6:46 pm
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    This is the first I’ve heard of the Magiccube, I love the idea of getting this for younger kiddos. It looks like a really awesome toy to try to encourage learning from a real young age. I’ll be sharing this with my mom friends who have little ones.

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  • July 30, 2019 at 6:47 pm
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    My grandson would love the challenge! He has shown problem solving skills as soon as he was able to sit up by himself! I will get this toy for him!

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  • July 31, 2019 at 5:52 am
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    Oh, I used to love these cubes when I was a kid! I totally think they’re great to boost creativity and to keep the little one entertained. I will so buy this when I’ll have kids 😀

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  • July 31, 2019 at 1:25 pm
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    Great post. This is the first time I’m hearing of magicube. I don’t have kids but I’m so anything that is both entertaining and can inspire creativity- this seems like one of them.

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  • July 31, 2019 at 6:58 pm
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    Great toys to stimulate a child’s development. I played with something similar as a child. Nowadays, it is touchscreen tablets for kids, which is super great too.

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