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So there are a bunch of different magnetic construction toys available now, but... not all of them are durable, and not all of them have good strong magnets.

I've had good luck with Magna-tiles. Most kids seem to start by making two-dimensional shapes, then rapidly start building upwards into three dimensions, with increasing complexity. They're great for making abstract art shapes, house structures for small figurine toys or dolls, and guest-houses for any fairies who may happen to visit.

Especially for kids who may have difficulty with fine-motor control enough to enjoy Lego, Magna-tiles seem to be a good thing.

http://www.magnatiles.com/
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