Having fun with PowerClix [a guidecraft educator review and give-away]

If you are looking for a fun way to add a little engineering and mathematics to your magnet center, Guidecraft has just the thing. The members of our Guidecraft Educator group were sent the new and very well made magnetic play set called PowerClix.

Guidecraft PowerClix Review {and give-away] by Teach Preschool

Unfortunately school hasn’t started for me yet but that didn’t stop me or my grandson from giving our new set of PowerClix a try. The first thing I can tell you is that the shapes  are well designed so that the magnets are firmly built inside the corners or ends of each shape and are super strong…

Guidecraft PowerClix Review {and give-away] by Teach Preschool

Constructing with the PowerClix can be both challenging and entertaining. The challenge is to remember that the shapes are magnetic so if you pull on one, chances are you will pull on more than one so a little critical thinking will be necessary along the way…

Guidecraft PowerClix Review {and give-away] by Teach Preschool

My grandson enjoyed combining the PowerClix with his cars so we built this fancy car track for him to play…

Guidecraft PowerClix Review {and give-away] by Teach Preschool

We rearranged the guidecraft shapes in a variety of different ways including building this tunnel…

Guidecraft PowerClix Review {and give-away] by Teach Preschool

The PowerClix shapes have lots of potential for different types of play. By themselves, you can use the shapes to engineer all kinds of structures and combined with other toys, the PowerClix shapes add a new dimension and innovation to the play…

Guidecraft PowerClix Review {and give-away] by Teach Preschool

Hop on over to…

Simply Stacie

to see how you can enter to win this 52 piece

 PowerClix set by Guidecraft!

Read more reviews by stopping by all our Guidecraft Educator Blogs.  (Some reviews may not be published yet so please check back)…

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Comments

  1. carol says

    Awesome giveaway! The Powerclix shapes look like a lot of fun and entertaining for kids and parents.