Sunday, October 21, 2018

Home Learning Company: 3-in-1 Learning Magnets {Review}


This 10-piece magnet set addresses the early childhood concepts of colors, shapes, and days of the week! Begin using this magnet set with your 18-month old for color recognition. Around 2 years of age, the magnets GROW with your child as he begins to identify basic shapes. By age 4 your child will be familiar with colors and shapes, thus allowing verbal color and shape cues for the days of the week and the concepts of “yesterday,” “today,” and “tomorrow.” Use on your refrigerator, cookie sheet, pizza pan, or whiteboard.
  • AGES: 18m - 5+  see skills chart below
  • Includes: 10 magnets
  • **meets or exceeds U.S. CPSC safety requirements**
  •  a dry erase marker easily writes and wipes from the magnetic shapes for additional learning possibilities.


Early childhood development with 3-in-1 Learning Magnets:
  • color identification
  • shape recognition
  • days of the week
  • counting
  • letter recognition
  • matching
  • fine motor skills (tracing, coloring, cutting)
  • cognitive skills (attention, focus, concentration, memory)

Does your kiddo love to play with magnets on the refrigerator door? Lillian, my youngest, LOVES to play with magnets on the fridge. With 3-in-1 Learning Magnets, you can enable your kids to learn while they are playing with the magnets. This is a 10 piece magnet set, each magnet is a different shape and color. The magnets include: 7 magnets which cover the days of the week, as wells as 3 concepts: “yesterday was”, “today is”, and “tomorrow is”. With this magnet set, you can work with your little ones, switching the days each morning or night. 

You can use the magnets as a way to teach shapes, colors, days of the week, counting, and organization. The magnets themselves can be written on using a dry erase marker. This a great way for kids to learn how many corners and straight lines there are. You can also have them trace the magnets on a sheet of paper, color them the same color of the corresponding magnet, cut them out and practice matching.

Lillian has had a blast playing and learning with her new magnets. However, her favorite thing is when we change our days every morning before school. This helps her learn the days of the week in the proper order. It is a refreshing and innovative spin on what we have come to expect from refrigerator magnets


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