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Geomag - any good?

(13 Posts)
WigWamBam Mon 04-Apr-05 20:18:34

My dd has asked for Geomag for her birthday - would it be any good for a bright 4yo?

cod Mon 04-Apr-05 20:18:52

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WigWamBam Mon 04-Apr-05 20:19:30

No baby, just the 4yo. I know nothing about Geomag at all.

cod Mon 04-Apr-05 20:20:14

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piffle Mon 04-Apr-05 20:20:37

it is fab stuff, my dd is two and my ds is 11 under careful supervision the dd plays with it more than anyone, she is absolutely fascinated with the magnetism, you have to be careful though!!!!!!! but a careful 4yo would love it...

RnB Mon 04-Apr-05 20:20:58

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WigWamBam Mon 04-Apr-05 20:23:36

Sounds like that's her birthday present sorted out ... thanks

milliways Mon 04-Apr-05 20:24:50

The Entertainer have some of the smaller sets half price.

WigWamBam Mon 04-Apr-05 20:25:48

Oh great - thanks milliways!

cod Mon 04-Apr-05 20:25:51

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pabla Mon 04-Apr-05 20:26:15

It was on offer in Woollies too last week, bogof, I think.

tigi Mon 04-Apr-05 21:17:50

bought some in the entertainer last week, on offer from £15 to £12, 41 piece set. ds loves it (age 5) even the older one (10) fiddles with it, and they end up arguing! Brilliant for the money (except littlest has dropped 2 pieces down the back of stairs and we cannot retrieve!)

WigWamBam Tue 05-Apr-05 09:09:00

Sounds like it's a resounding "yes" then!


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