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Quercetti - Marble Run:Basic Set 75Pcs

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$43.27 CAD
$43.27 CAD - $43.27 CAD
Current price $43.27 CAD
Little engineers ages 4 and up will delight in creating a variety of exciting marble runs with Quercetti's Vortis Building Set. The colorful 75-piece set includes a double entrance large funnel vortex chamber, 2 spiral tracks, sturdy base pieces, and marbles. So, whether your child recreates the structure pictured on the box or dreams up their own, Quercetti's Vortis Marble Run will not only entertain and amuse as the marbles spin and wind through the vortex but also will help to stimulate creativity and intuitive reasoning. With Quercetti games, children play intelligently! Quercetti is exclusively distributed in Canada by Pierre Belvedere, whose unique presentation of educational toys has been carefully selected to ensure that all toys are non-violent, age-appropriate, and promote creative and imaginative play. Their wide range of products includes stimulating toys for newborns and toddlers, fun board games, and educational toys that inspire a child's curiosity. All toys distributed by Pierre Belvedere are manufactured to strict specifications and tested by an independent international lab to ensure that the highest levels of safety standards have been met.

Construction game to create your own ball track
number of players: 1
Quercetti's Vortis Marble Run set is designed to engage children in beneficial play, encourage creativity and stimulate intuitive reasoning
The 75-piece set includes a double entrance large funnel vortex chamber, 2 spiral tracks, sturdy base pieces, and marbles
Build the structure pictured on the box or create your own; pieces are made of flexible unbreakable plastic; recommended for age 4 and up
Made in Italy, Quercetti toys are never repetitive but always inspire new discoveries and inventions; with Quercetti, children play intelligently
Quercetti is exclusively distributed in Canada by Pierre Belvedere, whose presentation of educational toys is designed to promote imaginative play