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Gifts2U Educational Construction Marbles Parent Child Review




Revainrating 3.5 out of 5  
🎢 Marble Runs, 🎓 Kids' Learning & Education

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Description of Gifts2U Educational Construction Marbles Parent Child

Improve Operational and Creative Ability: The colorful marble run toy, set of blocks can improve children’s operation ability, and also helps your children improves creative thinking and problem solving ability. Interactive Game: Assemble these blocks with your children at home or outdoor playing, it’s wonderful parent-child game, adults and children together to participate in the most interesting. 130 Pieces Marble Run Set: Includes 52 pipeline connectors, 48 various of shapes run railway and 30 colorful 7/16 inch glass marbles. High Quality: This child building blocks toys set adopts high quality plastic material, which is durable, sturdy, safe and easy to assemble. Ideal Marble Building Set Gift: Build various tracks and see marbles go up, down, all around, and fast. Perfect marble game toy choice for birthday gift, children party favor, after-school fun, Christmas presents and all other holidays.


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Revainrating 4 out of 5

Not a heavy part, though.

First, it is a small type of marble. Some parts can break because little people try too hard to assemble/reassemble them, but our grandson (autistic) figured out how to do many different runs. Even the few pieces he broke are still usable. The only real complaint we have is that the colors sold make the balls easier to see and find. Despite this, it is still a valuable daily toy for our second graders. I would suggest someone make additional kits for this size set.

  • One-year trial
  • Only available in black

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Fun after assembly.

An adult is required to start the installation as shown in the picture. I didn't set it up exactly as shown but did make a few sections for my 2 1/2 granddaughter to play with. Her eight-year-old cousin liked to build a tall tower and just let the child place balloons on top and watch them fly straight down. We take it apart and take it out every time she wants to play with it. She loves helping me set it up and it's part of her colleague's training. This is a great toy for those who have time…

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  • Problems

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Tiny replica of a once great product

I have posted two pictures. The big ball is the standard small ball and the small ball is included in this set. The tubes are also very small. The light weight makes the product very unstable even on the flattest carpet. The pipe sections are too small to use regular bullets. How this product passed the US suffocation test! I bought a similar product from an ad I saw on TV 30 years ago and it was amazing! This is gum machine or store quality. Don't waste your money, time or risk the life of a…

  • Certified
  • Some imperfections

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Good starter set for walking on marble

I was hesitant before buying because some reviews said this is a small set. But since this is my son's first marble run set and we always run out of space to store our toys, I decided to give it a try. It turned out to be a good starter kit for running on marble. The details are colourful. Although they look flimsy, they seem sturdy enough to survive the first week of play and being "cleaned" by a 3 year old with no broken parts. The marble tracks are small, but the included marbles (30 pieces)

  • Very impressive
  • Good but not great

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Fun but requires work in education and training

My kids love laying out different marble walkways and tearing them down. You have a little problem if it gets too high. The parts hold, but not very strong. The orange S-shaped pieces just didn't match the set I received. The same goes for the yellow ribbon. I received three letters from the seller. The first two messages after my purchase. They declare their interest in any feedback on their product. The email further informs you of the sellers willingness to resolve any issues you may have…

  • Dope 🔥
  • Requires an outlet

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Not just small, miniature.

I was trying to find small plastic balls for my existing marble walkway. The one we have is slightly smaller than a regular glass sphere and the plastic spheres are 2mm smaller. After looking at various marble walkways and marbles, I found this one that is simply worth the price and not just marble. I thought it was basically the same as mine, and the whole description specifically says the eggs are smaller than usual, so I figured it was fine. What I didn't understand is the MINIATURE set. It…

  • GOLS certified
  • Fragile

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Colorful and fun but a little skimpy

Ok my son is 4 years 2 months old but he usually destroys all toys I think because of his skimpy nature and how long it took me to make it to assemble The graphic instructions only show 1 side / 1 corner of the marble aisle, no attempt to wait again lol. I originally assembled it at my kitchen table and had to take it to his table and I found how easily the pieces slide apart, not like Legos which snap together and hold, these pieces don't come loose easily unless of course you don't take it…

  • Quality construction
  • Not the best

Revainrating 3 out of 5

You get what you pay for, but it's not necessarily a bad thing

I used to be a children's librarian in Vermont and I LOVED our marble walkway. It was big, strong, and had enough detail that I could EASILY build a 6ft or even 7ft multi-tower track. Perhaps my biggest issue with this product is that this is exactly what I expected when I bought it. I spent about $20 on this marble race after the December 2020 holidays (I think the price has gone up $1 or $2 since then). I probably should have known better than to expect a $20 7ft masterpiece. At the same…

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