It’s often the simplest of toys that children love most, and they don’t come any simpler than this. These creative magnets remind me of primary school. I can remember creating pictures from glossy pieces of paper cut into triangles. The trick was to create a childhood masterpiece from what looked like a bunch of simple shapes. The Tatlin cardboard magnets take the concept a step further. They allow children to continue creating amazing artwork, using the same magnets over and over again.
The pack comes as four sheets of magnets that are broken down into two hundred and eighty-eight individual magnets. They are the perfect creative outlet for a lifeless fridge. The pack includes a poster with twenty examples of what you can create with the magnets, just to get the creative juices flowing.
These magnets are simple and bright, and lend themselves to being brought out for creative sessions on rainy days. A pack of Tatlin costs £25 from The Kid Who, which ship to Australia.