This 62-piece set is classic but great, containg all magnetic shapes - squares, triangles and pentagons.
For children looking to start a Magforners collection with a bang, this set delivers loads of basic squares and triangles (essential building blocks) but adds 12 pentagons too.
The means a whole host of 3D maths shapes can be made - from simple cubes and pyramids, to a wonderful dodecahedron and even the crazy ball (a 26-sided rhombicuboctahedron) or icosahedron (20 sides).
This is a great STEM toy and is brilliant for teaching the correlation between 2D nets and 3D shapes for anything from a tetrahedron to a prism and beyond.
And, of course, children can just have fun making models from the booklet included.