10 colors. The creative possibilities are endless with these 2cm Linking Cubes.
Designed to be virtually unbreakable, these blocks will easily meet the rigours of the classroom.
Not suitable for children under 3 years.
Small parts. Choking hazard.
Robin – “I have 3 different types of math cubes. I always come back to these. They seem to be the easiest for my son to use. They aren’t too hard to pull apart or put together. The price is great the cubes are worth it. Durability is better then the others. I have had a few chewed these ones have the least amount of damage. They are way easier to clean also! Which cleaning cubes isn’t fun, you do what you got to do. A qtip works great to get playdoh out of them. I use a straw washer for major washing if needed.”
Tammy’s music – “I really like this product. They are made well, and will last. The only down fall is there is about enough for one student to use at a time.”
Tara – “My son uses this each day for math homework.”
Nicole Wade – “Kids love them. I homeschool and use them for math.”
CMum – “Safe and easy use for my little. The colors are very cool and vibrant. Something great to help aid my (all the littles) in learning.”
Jennifer Z. – “These are great linking cubes. They click together in a satisfying way and don’t fall apart (little ones may need a bit of help but my 3 yo did fine hooking them together and pulling apart).”
Terri Rea – “The kids enjoyed them!”
The Critical Shopper – “bought it for my son. better quality than i thought. hard plastic, easy to plug the pieces for the little one.” Spanishtchr – “I originally bought these cubes to help with math. They are sturdy and bright colored and inexpensive to boot. My grandchildren played with them for hours, using them to construct and to figure out math. They have multi uses it turns out. They’re so inexpensive I think I might buy another set. You get 100, but with multiplication up to 12, I need up to 144, right? Colors are really great. Great purchase.”
Miguel from Caracas – “Strong and usefull, maybe a little to big, also, at school they used pink instead of purple”
Multi-purpose tool for maths learning activities
Help children develop their skills in counting, sorting, classifying, addition, subtraction, place value, measuring, patterning. Explore basic Geometric Concepts through construction activities.
Children learn through play
Have fun in groups or alone advancing construction skills, creative thinking & problem solving skills.
Children have fun using their imagination to create buildings, “robots” & animals.