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Melissa & Doug Labyrinthe à stylo magnétique (Couleur)
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Description du produit
Remplir les ventres de ces animaux affamés tout en faisant correspondre les couleurs à l'aide de la baguette fixé magnétique. Faites glisser le tube sur le couvercle acrylique pour sélectionner l'une des boules colorées et de le guider dans le ventre de l'animal correspondant de. Développe la reconnaissance des couleurs, la motricité fine et correspondant à une activité amusante. Aucune pièce amovible. Ceci est rendu d'une qualité exceptionnelle et de valeur.
Meilleurs commentaires des clients
Le fait de mettre les billes dans l'animal correspondant à la couleur est à la fois distrayant et éducatif pour les enfants. Au niveau de la livraison, c'est impeccable, le carton est arrivé en bon état et en seulement 6 jours. Je recommande vivement ce jeu car je n'ai pas trouvé mieux ailleurs et niveau prix cela vaut le coup !
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
I'm not totally sure about the construction, however. I got the toy as a birthday gift for my two-year-old nephew. Even before I wrapped it I noticed that under the plexiglass top there was a bit of dusty cardboard (or fiberboard) residue, especially in the colored circle areas. Then, at the party, when he unwrapped it I saw that some of the balls were jammed into one area and would not move. After some shaking, tapping, and working on it with the magnetic wand, we were able to dislodge them, but if the same thing happens later, I doubt he'll have the same success without help. Finally, I noticed that where we had worked with the magnetic wand, scratches (though faint) had already appeared on the plexiglass. I don't know how much play it would take for the whole toy to lose it's luster, but it seemed as if the top will become cloudy pretty quickly.
I still think overall this is a great toy, and the details may never matter to the child, but it was at least a little disappointing to me--probably most of all because it was a gift.
It is, indeed, very cute & well-made. The magnetic wand controls the balls well IF it is held flat against the acrylic cover plate. Another important requirement is that the board be laid down completely flat (as in, NOT held on the child's lap) or the balls just roll right out of the number areas. (Keeping it flat adequately solves the problem of the balls rolling out of their assigned areas, a frustration that caused someone else to give this toy 1 star). It has the potential to be good color-matching practice, IF a child is at that level.
All this to say that this is a fun toy, but is not exactly fitting for my toddler. She can play around with it, making the little balls move around, enjoying doing that for a short time, but I would say that it doesn't really become a great educational toy until the child is around 3-1/2 to 4 years old and really starts to fully grasp colors and the concept of moving the colored balls to their corresponding colored area (something my toddler really doesn't get yet). My older daughter (just turned 6) can play with it and fully appreciate the learning potential: mostly hand-eye coordination, since she obviously already knows her colors well, and has for years. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 simply because I was disappointed that it didn't work out as I thought for my toddler, but that may just as well be my fault for not anticipating the level of difficulty that it would present for her. All in all, I would recommend this toy, but just for an older child.