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TILEBLOX Rainbow 60 Piece Set

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 Tileblox is a brand new magnetic tile toy made by Magformers. These magnetic tiles are wonderful for building castles, houses and so much more. Your only limit is your imagination!

With Magformers usual attention to safety and detail these tiles are made of a high quality plastic featuring a clear centre panel. They come in a range of vibrant rainbow colours and also transparent tiles that make perfect windows for your buildings.

With 6 different shapes this is a wonderful set to introduce and explore shapes with younger children.


  • 22 squares
  • 16 triangles
  • 10 isosceles right angle triangles
  • 6 isosceles triangles
  • 4 rectangles
  • 2 trapezoids


  • Clear centres (free from any lines) to maximise light going through the piece;
  • Flat but smooth edges, safe for little fingers;
  • Vibrant and attractive colours;
  • Two attractive colour schemes (Rainbow and Inspire).

Recommended age: 3+

Please note TileBlox are not compatible with Magformers but are compatible with most major magnetic tile blocks on the market including Connetix Tiles.

Magformers is an internationally award winning educational toy that is fun and engaging. Children of all ages and abilities will develop different skills simply by “playing” with the pieces. Magformers products are now third party STEM approved - not just another toy, but one that is made to last and grow with your child.

Packaging: TILEBLOX come packaged in a cardboard box in a plastic tray insert. Both are suitable for your kerbside recycling bin.

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    Fiona C.
    Australia Australia

    He (3 years old) absolutely loves them. Hasn’t stopped playing with them. Every time I get something else out he goes back to the tiles or finds a way to incorporate them. So many different ways to play.