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Tales of whirlpools can make them sound quite fearsome: mariners pulled down into the briny deep! Mighty ships broken apart! A powerful whirlpool is called a maelstrom, but they’re quite rare. Most whirlpools aren’t any more powerful than the ones kids can create in backyard swimming pools: a bit of harmless fun.
For some twirly, whirly, swirly whirlpool fun, take a spin on the Quadrilla Whirlpool Set from Hape/Educo! This fascinating new take on the classic wooden marble maze sends glass marbles through a curved funnel and along 5 curved rails on a race to the bottom. 8 power-boosting accelerators speed up the action. How many gravity-defying marble mazes can you build?
Kids love dropping marbles down Quadrilla marble runs and watching the marbles go, and building Quadrilla mazes is excellent fine motor skills practice. Plus, building marble mazes teaches kids problem-solving and three-dimensional thinking skills, and since smaller children will probably need help building their first few mazes, this is a wonderful activity for families to do together. Older kids and younger kids love playing with Quadrilla together – and everybody loves knocking the wooden marble maze down in the end!
The Quadrilla Whirlpool marble maze set has 106 pieces; for ages 4 and up.
Did you know that Quadrilla marble mazes help your kids learn some key skills involved in coding? Read more about it at the Wall Street Journal!
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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