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Rainbow Fish Shimmer Mosaics
4.8 out of 5
Children love shapes and colors and mosaics for kids are an easy and entertaining way to get them working with both. Mosaic art builds visual perception skills, as well as promoting manual dexterity and creative thinking. We have mosaics for 6-year-olds, from Mosaic Wood Puzzles to mosaic tile crafts, to our own Mystery Mosaic puzzle books that give kids hours of mosaic coloring masterpieces.
The Flower, Sun and Star wood tile puzzles are perfect for kids and encourage them to explore patterns and symmetry. Built for hours of assembling fun, these wood tile puzzles assemble in their own wood tray and come with a handy storage bag. Pattern Play: Bright Colors provides hours of sorting and matching fun as kids use the colorful blocks to build the mosaic displayed on the glossy pattern card. As kids develop, the pattern cards introduce new ideas like symmetry, congruence and fractions. Pattern cards go from beginner to expert, building confidence through trial and error. .
Magna Mix starts out with easy-to-follow patterns and ideas brimming with colors and textures. When they're done creating, simply push the "magic" button to release the magnets and begin designing again. Of course, it's easy to create your own beautiful mosaic once you've followed all the patterns provided. Free form fun adds hours of entertainment to this amazing toy..
For the coloring book lovers out there, the Mystery Mosaic Coloring Books add a great twist to the creativity of coloring. At first glance, you'll have no clue what your picture will turn out to be. But as you follow the numbered guide, beautiful mosaic art pictures will appear with each color that you add. These are a great combination of mystery, coloring and mosaic art for kids. Plus they build visual perception and hand-eye coordination for six-year-olds. .