Bonjour lecteurs! You must know by now that Baba and I love a good challenge. So when Geomag asked us if we wanted to try their fab Geomag Pro-L and le fameux Magnetic Fidget, we said ‘oui, oui, oui!’ And you know why? Because electronic toys and tablets are cool, but we also love a game that makes us think and be creative! Geomagworld is known for its magnetic construction systems that children can play with for hours! You have to try this with your little ones if you like a challenge too! You do? Super! Because we also have a fab giveaway for you where you can win 1 Geomag Pro-L 174 Set worth £70! Time to read our very Frenchie Geomag Pro-L Range Review before!
First, we started small with the Geomag Fidget. With its 14 pieces, it is a great way to get you in the mood and it is very interesting to see the magic of magnetism.
Baba was intrigué as soon as we received the package. As he is still quite small, he did not do anything crazy yet (watch out in the future for some very Frenchie constructions though!) but he was amazed by the magnetism.
He was very happy to produce a straight line with this first item and he had a lot of fun. Totally aware that this game was quite spécial.
Alternatively, it is up to your imagination to do what you want with this. It is a very good toy to develop manual skills. And if you are feeling a bit tense, it is a good one to use too as a fidget!
The Pro-L kit is un peu more complex. But it did not scare off le Frenchie bébé. Personally, I Iove how stylish the box containing the many pieces looks.
Plus, it is so easy to misplace parts like that, it is good to have une boîte to put them all in one place when your child is finished with it.
It was actually a nice little game for Baba to pack them all away.
Once more, we did not do anything crazy but les possibilités are infinite! There are so many ways to use the full kit!
Baba was quite happy to build a very long line again (maybe he thinks he is Harry Potter and he needs a wand?).
But later on, his imagination totally took over and a rocket entered the space! Watch out for captain Baba!
For now on, we will do whatever Baba feels like.
What I like about this set is that we can pack it away nicely and it is a toy that he will keep using over the years. I can’t wait to see his future 3D creations!
Geomag Pro-L Range Review – So Much More than Fun!
Even better! Both the Fidget and the Geomag Pro-L can be used with an educational angle (pardon, the ex-teacher in moi is speaking right now!). Sérieusement, it will be a great asset when Baba learns to count! And imagine when he has to endure geometry! How amazing will it be to have our Geomag Sets when we do homework.
I don’t know about you but I was always rubbish at this kind of things… I was more the kind of kids to love languages and literature. It would have helped me to have something like that! When you have such a fun element where you can actually build it yourself, it sticks more in your mind!
Geomag Pro-L Range Review – Le verdict
The Geomag Pro L Range is fabulous! It is full of possibilities and you can create so much! (Please note that you need to be very careful with children aged under 8. Small parts may be swallowed and spheres may represent a choking hazard).
Not only it promotes STEM learning (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), but it can also help creativity. As soon as we unpacked our two sets, Baba was off in space. Dreaming he was the new cool astronaut in town?
The Geomag Pro L Range is a great game for both boys and girls. It is simple yet effective.
It’s fun and educational. En plus, it develops independent playing but it can also be a great excuse to bond with your children! The whole Frenchie family played with the two sets we reviewed and we all had such a great time together!
Toys that are fun for all the family and teach you something just tick so many boxes! Why resist!? Get now your own Geomag Pro-L 174 Set on Amazon.
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Geomag Pro-L Range Review – GIVEAWAY
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I’d make a giraffe with them!
I would try and make a house with my nephew
I would make a pyramid with my granddaughter
I would make a pyramid with my little boy. Although to be fair, he would show me what to make, because I am rubbish at this sort of toy
A house – my daughter would love this prize
my son would try and make a sky scraper…he is fascinated by them
I think my daughter would build a house for one of her dolls first, my son would probably build a cage for one of her dolls…! 😉
We would love to make a tower
I would attempt a house
we would try to make a lighthouse
My son loves making rockets and cars.
WE would build a rocket!
The pyramids – we saw them on holiday and the little ones are fascinated
We would make a castle.
My nephew loves geomags and making cars although he does try to make geomag dinosaurs too ?
My son loves building things, but most of all he loves anything scientific. He idolises Egon from Ghostbusters and would definitely try to build some sort of ghost catching machine or detector with it. I would love to help him, but he will guide the way, for sure!
I think it would be fun for my daughter to make a house for her dolls.
My son would love making some buildings with these.
A big tall hotel
We would construct a space village
A pyramid with my nephew.
Eiffel Tower would be ambitious.
I think my grandson would make a robot helped by nana
a robot or dinosaur says my grandson
We would try to make a house!
windmills and castles
we would try to make a car x
I’d like to construct a football stadium with my grandchildren.
It would be fun to try to make houses of different countries.
I’m not very artistic but I think I could manage a house!
My nephew loves Geomags and loves making cars and …..sometimes dinosaurs too lol ?
I would love to make a rocket with my grandson
my son always insists on building rockets
A car these look so much fun
My son would love to build a garage for his cars to go inside 🙂
My son loves building rockets.
A tall tower!
The Eiffel Tower, think that would look good!
We’d make a car!
My granddaughter would make a dolls house
My Devon is car crazy + we do projects all the time so a garage with all modern cons would be perfect for this.
I think the sphere looks amazing! I’d try that first
My grandson would love these, he’d probably build a garage for his cars!
We would make animals
We would start with 2D shapes before moving onto 3D, then they’re on their own with designs.
I have no idea I am rubbish at building lol I would let my son take the lead but I am sure we would have lots of fun learning together!
Make a tower!
We would make something random, like a greenhouse
We would make a shooting star!
We would make a massive tower!
We’d build a futuristic dome or house for my little fella’s Ninjago men 😉
BUILD A FORT
I would make a pyramid with my grandson
We would make elaborate buildings
I think the kiddos would make a skyscraper!
l’d give it to my grandson who has a great imagination and wait and see what he builds . . . . can’t wait
My son would love to build a crane, he loves them 🙂
We would really enjoy building the biggest tower we can.
I would try and build a Rocket with my 9 yr old Liam and fly us to the moon!
we would build a car or lorry
I’d let my little one’s imagination run wild
A fire station
I’d just let the grandchildren fiddle and they’d come up with something much better than me!
The London Eye
I think we would spell their names and other words.
Dinosaurs with my granddaughter
All kinds of dimensional shapes – my kids love Geomags!
My son would love to build the louvre – lol!!
i would do a house with a garage
I’d love to see how tall of a tower we could build with the pieces!
Me and my son would have a competition to see who could build the tallest tower!
I’d make all the wonders of the world
I think I’d also take these into the school I work in. They’d be great to use in so many different lessons
Another thing I’d like to build is buildings from our local area. It teaches the kids about the history of where they’re from
A house for the hamster to play in
We could build some structures to put in the bug house to make them a little city.
My son would most likely build a space ship or a rocket !! x
Today I think I’d use them to make spelling practice more fun. Spell out the word with these instead of writing them.
I think grandson would try a pirate ship
A tower – as tall as we can x
Today I’d like to build a castle.
Today I’d like to make a car
My grandson harrison would probably build a rugby ball!
Lots of different shapes
My granddaughter would make a house!
a pyramid – i read that if you get the dimensions right, you can sharpen a rusty razor blade by placing it under the pyramid – we could try it out x
i would make a pyramid
Today we’d like to use them to make a trail around the room
Cars and shapes.
My children like to build cars or shapes.
Whatever my grandchildren want me to try and build 🙂
my boys would most likely want to construct a castle
i think my boys would like to build something like a castle first
My grandson Zackery would like to make a pirate ship!
We would try and make a castle xx
We would try to make a spaceship!
My son Recce would love this, hes currently doing 2d shapes at school so we could use it to make differents shapes and record sides ect.
l would make a house with my grandson
My son would love to make a football shape
We would make a tower
We would make a train xx
Leo loves building bridges for his cars and trains to drive over or ramps so he can send the cars / trains flying down them. So I’m sure he’d love using the kit to form the base of his bridges or ramps
A FARM WITH MY NEPHEW MAX
I’d like to use them today to build a town
id love to play this with my nephew Max
We would build a big lorry x
My little boy loves to make spinners
we’d try to make a house
My grandson said he would make a dinosaur and a volcano
we would build a house
We have been busy in the garden today so I bet the grandchildren would be building a greenhouse for grandma
A variety of scary monsters
We would build a double decker bus xx
London Eye would be cool 🙂 Thanks for running this comp.
My boys and I would attempt to build the Eiffel tower as we have recently come back from a holiday in France but unfortunately didnt get time to visit it.
we would make a house
I would love to construct pyramids with my grandson.
Just showed my six-year-old and she says she wants to make a space house with it!
Some buildings I think I would try first!
Today I’d like to use them to do some science experiments into magnetism
My son says a high rise office block!
I would make all sorts of vehicles and towers with my younger son.
My daughter and I would try to make a castle 🙂
My son would make make a garage for his little cars!
We would build a space rocket xx
Would love to try build a tower!
Our girls would probably build a space ship, or, as our 5 year old called one today, ‘a generic flying disc’ – she’s 5! Just started in year 1 ! No idea where she’s had ‘generic flying disc’ from!! ?
I would try and construct a house.
would see who could make the most different shapes
My daughter is obsessed with ships and boats, so it would definitely be a boat of some sort.
A rocket or a castle.
A sphere would be a bit of a challenge
My daughter would love to try and make a castle with geomag
My son would probably start with a rocket ?
My children would love these, I think they’d make a car with it
My son Reece would probably build vehicles for his figures xx
cars and robots are always fun I think
My kids would love to build a castle with these
It would have to be a train
We would practice making letters with this for my little girl.
i just asked my son he says a dinosaur not sure how to do that tho
My daughter Sheriah would try and make a Castle
It would be fun to make famous buildings we have visited such as Big Ben.
We would build a UFO and a rocket then create a fun story with them
My girls would have lots of good ideas, but I would build a phone holder then I might not keep dropping it and losing it.
Try and make Big Ben
Try to do the Eiffel Tower?!
I would love to build a massive castle with my daughter, or on my own I would love to give a landmark a go, something like The Shard!
I would like to make a castle!
I would build a house with my boys.
Different shapes and also little buildings, houses etc
Think we would make a little skyscraper
My eldest already has a couple of sets but my youngest likes to take over it. They love making spinning constructions such as diamonds that they can hang off one of the magnets and watch it go around. My eldest has built a little house with hers among other things. She keeps telling me she WILL create unicorn with them one day ( her favourite thing). I wish her luck with that lol. They would love another set so that they are able to build bigger constructions or at the very least have a set each. Thank you for the chance to win.
We would make a castle 🙂
My grandson said he’d build a house
We would make zoo animals
My sons would love to make dinosaurs with these.
All kinds of three dimensional shapes, a big ball first i think
We would make big ben xx
A pyramid looks fab to build.
garage for toy cars
We would like to make a skyscraper!