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PicassoTiles 60 Piece Set 60pcs Magnet Building Tiles Clear Magnetic 3D Building Blocks Construction Playboards - Creativity beyond Imagination, Inspirational, Recreational, Educational, Conventional

by PicassoTiles

Price AED 223.85 Out of Stock

Estimate to be delivered 31 Oct - 3 Nov


DREAM BIG & BUILD BIG - No limitations, scalable to build as big as desired by adding more pieces to create the master piece. PicassoTiles in colossal styles.
LEARNING BY PLAYING - Never too early to start developing kids creativity. Children can acquire strong sense of color, geometrical shapes including 3D forms numbers counts, magnetic polarities & architectural design at early age.
BONDING BY PLAYING - Entertaining for single or multiple parties and feel the sense of achievement together. Suitable for all ages (3+ and up) by one party of in groups a great way to spend quality time with the family and love ones.
LEARNING IS FUN - Encourage creativity which is the key factor to success in today's ever-changing environments. Fun and entertaining, perfect educational presents for school age children that will never go out of style.
CREATIVITY BEYOND IMAGINATION - Magnet Building Tiles Clear 3D color Magnetic Building Blocks Playboards for preschool, pretend play and more. Easy to construct and easy to put away for storage.


Picasso Tiles ¨ 60 piece set Magnet Building Tiles Clear 3D color Magnetic Building Blocks - Creativity beyond Imagination! Inspirational: Fun and entertaining, perfect educational presents for school age children that will never go out of style - Recreational: Entertaining for single or multiple parties, great for parent-to-child bonding with hours of fun quality time. Easy to construct and easy to put away for storage. - Educational: Learning is Fun! It's never too early to start developing kids creativity at a young age, Picasso Tiles inspire youngsters learning by playing, children will acquire a strong sense of colors, geometrical shapes including 3D forms, number counts, magnetic polars, as well as the creativity which is the key factor to success in today's ever changing environment. Give the youngsters a head start. - Unconventional: Unlike typical toys, each piece of tiles can be replaced and more tiles can always be added to build objects as big as desired. What's in the box - 4 x large square (6\" x 6\") - 24 x small square (3\" x 3\") - 18 x small triangular (3\" x 3\") - 8 x medium triangular (3\" x 4\") - 6 x tall triangular (3\" x 5.5\")

Customers Reviews

She has severe dementia and this has become a great tool to engage her

5.0 out of 5.0 by Michael Redman on February 12, 2017
I bought these for my mother and she really loves them. She has severe dementia and this has become a great tool to engage her. She is always coming up with another arrangement. The colors are beautiful and the magnets work well enough to hold most structures together. Everybody that spends time with her enjoys working with them as well.
Tiles come apart exposing tiny magnets

1.0 out of 5.0 by Amazon Customer on January 9, 2017
We have magna tiles and decided to buy these to build on our set. They seemed great, all the exact same sizing and compatible with the magna tiles but within 2 days several of the tiles came apart, the little magnets fall out posing a major choke hazard beyond not being able to use the tiles anymore. Super bummed out
Wanted to love, but not safe.

1.0 out of 5.0 by Misty Miley on December 21, 2016
I wanted to love these. They were a Santa present for my son, and a lot like the Magna tiles at our library. However, we have experienced a problem with the tiles popping apart and the small magnets falling out. This has happened twice now. After the first time, I contacted the company, who graciously sent me a replacement tile. Since this has now happened for the second time with a different tile, I will need to return these, as they are a safety concern.
Compare to Magna-Tiles brand

4.0 out of 5.0 by Colene A. on March 8, 2014
I first saw this type of building set in a children's museum. It's a great toy that can provide hours of creative play!

My granddaughter received her first magnetic building set (the Magna-Tiles brand) a few months ago and she enjoyed building with them so much that I bought an additional set. I ordered the Picasso Tiles because they seemed good price for the quantity of pieces. From what I can see he main difference between the two brands is that Magna-Tiles by Constructive Playthings uses metal rivets to secure the two sides of each piece where the Picasso tiles are sealed with glue. I think this extra step is why the Magna-Tiles are more expensive.
The two brands are completely compatible. Now my granddaughter has plenty of pieces for building her creations!
Ultimate Play Value in a Versatile Toy

5.0 out of 5.0 by Discerning Mama on June 30, 2015
My 6 year old daughter has been asking for magnet tiles ever since she played with some at the library. After much research, I decided to go ahead with the more affordable PicassoTiles. I was hesitant to buy from this listing at first, because it had no reviews and the other one had hundreds. However, the price was better, and because of that I ended up buying two 60-pc sets instead of a single 100-pc set (multiple reviews mentioned that two kids need more than a single small set - they were right). I opened just one box at first and they were a hit with both kids. The boxes we received seemed factory sealed, but I noticed (as another reviewer mentioned) that the tiles were somewhat scratched, I'm guessing from rubbing against each other in the package during shipping. Not pristine plastic like some toys are straight out of the box. However, that does not affect play at all, and they will ultimately become more scratched. Also worth noting is that our set has purple tiles. Someone had written that the two differences between PicassoTiles and Magna-tiles were that only PicassoTiles did not have metal corner rivets and or come in the color purple. We were pleasantly surprised because my son's favorite color is purple. We will definitely be adding more of these in the future.
Great Introductory STEM Toy

5.0 out of 5.0 by Christina on February 6, 2018
I purchased these magnet tiles a month ago for my 2-year old for Christmas. She loves to stack things, build, and knock things down so I thought this would be a great addition to our building toys. I was so surprised at what good quality these tiles are as soon as we opened the box! Contained inside are:
4 large squares
24 small squares
18 small equilateral triangles
8 right-angle triangles
6 large isosceles triangles

This 60 piece set has allowed us to build a number of designs and is the perfect size for our 2-year old to play with. She has been able to easily attach the magnetic tiles to eachother to make designs and detach the tiles with ease. These have no pieces that I worry about her eating since all of the magnets are fully enclosed in the plastic shells. My family has played with these magnetic tiles daily, if not multiple times a day for the last month and they have held up well to a toddler flinging them around. They don’t seem to scratch easily or become dull in color. This set comes in a sturdy cardboard box that can be used to store the pieces easily.

I understand why this toy has been nominated for so many awards. It is an excellent introduction to STEM programs and is able to teach small children about shapes, colors, and spacial concepts for building. While our towers aren’t always structurally sound, my child is learning cause and effect and problem solving skills while playing with these. As an adult, I also find myself enjoying desiging homes and buildings with these Picasso tiles. I am very happy with this purchase and plan to buy a second set in order to expand our set in the future!
We initially bought the 60 count when our 2 year old son's teacher told us he really liked the magnetic tiles they have at schoo

5.0 out of 5.0 by cbear626 on February 21, 2017
We loooove these tiles! We initially bought the 60 count when our 2 year old son's teacher told us he really liked the magnetic tiles they have at school. Once he started playing with the tiles we discovered that he loved to build tall "houses" so we bought a second set. His cousins who are 6 and 8 loved them so much when they come to play that we also bought them a set for their birthday. Would definitely recommend tue product.
Great Building Tiles!

5.0 out of 5.0 by R. Finks on December 20, 2016
We recently got this 60 piece set for our 4 year old son. He LOVES them, and our 6 year old and 15 month old daughters love them too. They are able to build pretty tall structures and play together in harmony usually for about an hour, which around here, is unheard of.

My suggestion would be to buy a bigger set. This set is really only enough for one creative kid to play with at a time. (The picture I attached with the tall tower uses almost all of the pieces, so you can see about what that looks like.) I know that sounds crazy, but when they start building, the squares disappear fast and everyone needs more squares. The grandparents ordered a 150+ set for the kids for Christmas. We are excited to get more tiles to see what they come up with!
Compatible with Magna-Tiles

5.0 out of 5.0 by Elle M on December 2, 2017
These are exactly like Magna-Tiles. The only difference being Picasso Tiles are missing the metal rivets. I paid twice as much for the smaller set with half as many tiles for the other brand. I will definitely buy more and recommend Picasso Tiles. My 4 year old and 10 year old have a great time using these together. The 37pc and the new 60pc combined allow for so many new structures.
You will see your child's growth with these tiles

5.0 out of 5.0 by Mrs. T on October 19, 2017
I purchased this set April/2016 for my son when he is older (he was 2.5yrs old at the time). He started with piling them together, and wasn't doing much building. Then he started building cubes from single square on each side, then bigger cubes with 4 squares on each side, and he start putting his toy cars side the cube. A year rolled by, I turn around and he build a building with pointed roof using triangle shapes. I was so amazed that I asked my husband if he had help our son to build it. I should've take a photo... but this is a good toy to have around. My son's new favorite way to play is to run his monster truck over the things he build with these tiles.