Magicube Free Building wins Early Years Resource Award

Published on: 13th April 2018

Geomagworld and its UK partner Hope Education were recognised for their Magicube Education project.

One of the main objectives of Geomagworld SA is the development of children’s creativity through play with its innovative Swiss made products. Thanks to the Magicube Education project, which was developed in collaboration with Hope Education, the company has won the Early Years Resource Award, the category that rewards educational products for the youngest pre-school children.

The UK Education Resources Award selects the best products in the education sector and aims to encourage the development of services and products for educational purposes, promoting the highest levels of quality and innovation.

Magicube, Geomagworld’s award-winning line of magnetic cubes, allows even the youngest children to develop their first skills. The Early Years award was given to Magicube Free Building, a set of magnetic cubes which aim to stimulate creativity and imagination.

The judges who awarded the prize to Magicube Free Building said: “It is an exciting Early Years’ focused product. Its tactile and robust nature makes it ideal for everyday use to support learning. We can see Magicube Free Building, with its innovative and versatile play features, still being around in classrooms in 20 years’ time.”


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