GEOSMART MoonLander and GEOSMART U.F.O. Review
Geosmarts have quickly become a favorite in our house. They’re right up there with LEGOs and my boys even prefer them to K’Nex! When I first reviewed GEOSMARTS last year, I didn’t know what to expect. Since then, we have purchased 4 more sets. My kids never tire of these, they can play with them for hours and their imagination runs wild. Take a look at our product samples and see these GEOSMARTS up close! Post contains affiliate links.
GEOSMARTS are a hot toy in our house. With 4 active, imaginative boys, these are everything from moon vehicles to body armour. They’re durable, have survived a toss down the stairs from the baby to an accidental bath from my toddler. In addition, they’re colorful, inspire creativity and are fun. I was very excited to see that the company was releasing two new models, the Moon Lander and U.F.O. I already have the Space Station and a few others packed away for Birthday and Holidays and to be honest, I wish I had enough of these to fill a baby pool!
Here, you can see the GEOSMART Moon Lander and U.F.O. Take a look below:
The GEOSMART Moon Lander Features include:
- 31 Pieces
- Wireless remote control
- Can be built into multiple vehicles
- Battery & Motor powered
- 6 squares, 2 triangles, 2 motors and mobile pieces
- Patented double locking magnetic pieces
- Great for STEM and Basic engineering learning
GEOSMART U.F.O. Features Include:
- 25 Pieces
- 6 LED Light-up Piece
- Can transform into multiple designs
- Inspires STEM
- 12 Squares, 10 Triangles 2 Large Pentagons
- Made from patented double-locking pieces
- Really cool
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I can’t say enough nice things about these. My boys absolutely adore them and if your child, or adult for that matter, seeks 3-D building and colorful play…you should start stocking up too. These are great for fine motor skills, they make a satisfying clicking sound when the magnets meet, they enforce spatial awareness and body position and are fun. As I mentioned, I have a few sets stashed away for Birthdays and Christmas and I am so excited for my boys to open their new additions. Next project, building a moon-inspired play space for these!
I know that these say ages 5 and up. But, my almost 2-year-old loves them and his older nearly 4-year-old brother. They play at their own level with these, and my older boys spend more time making the moving vehicles and constructing more complicated builds.
What do you think?
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Video by GEOSMART below: