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Creative Thinking Curation

Creative Thinking Curation

Here are our nine favourite resources for creative thinking.

Stacking Rainbow

This beautiful resource is so much more than it seems. Yes, it stacks into a beautiful rainbow, but the real magic comes in when it’s used as a building set. The curved lines lend themselves to imaginative constructions, marble runs, tunnels and enclosures.

Heuristic Play Set

Our heuristic play set is the ultimate in open ended play. Clean curves and a plain wood finish leave all the details to the imagination. Try them out in a treasure basket.

Aluminium Triple Easel

We love to see these available at all times around centres for our budding artists, architects, engineers and draftsmen. Place them in the shade outside for some plein air painting.

Crystal Connectors

These colourful transparent discs allow for 3D sculptures and construction of any size or complexity. Pair them with our light box for a beautiful learning experience.

Pipeline construction Set

This pipeline construction set, which replicates pipeline systems in real life. This set will help children understand how plumbing systems works and provide tools to free their imagination.

PowerClix Organics

PowerClix allow children to explore and build endless models with the easy click and connect system. Super-strong magnetic force creates a quick connect for fast, simple and powerful 3D modelling. The organic shapes encourage children to design outside of the usual block structures.

Standard Unit Blocks

You can’t go wrong with a classic. Our blocks are strong and durable, with a super soft finish for children’s hands. They also come with a lifetime guarantee.

Shaker Music Set

Music inspires children to be creative, and creates a positive learning environment. Encourage children to express their creativity with this beauitful music set.

Easy Hold Discovery Set

Children of all ages can look at the world through a different lens. A convex mirror, magnifying lens and coloured transparent lenses encourage children to question how objects can change your visual perception.

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