Growing up I always thought that marble run toys were so interesting. The noise they made were so rhythmic and it was so much fun seeing how many you could put on without letting any drop. Because of how much fun I had playing with these toys as a child I wanted to get one for my daughter. We ended up getting the Marble Run Spinning from Quercetti.
*I received the below product in exchange for my honest opinion.
There were some positives and negatives to the Migoga marble run.
Some of the positives was that it has a lot of possibilities for creating. It comes with a lot of marbles and is colorful. It also is easy to put together.
It comes with a total of 90 pieces. 12 of those pieces are the marbles. With so many pieces you have a lot of possibilities with what you can build. This is great for your child’s imagination. They can spend hours thinking of new ways to put together their marble run, whether big or small.
This is one of the many possibilities.
As I said before, there are a lot of different ways you could build your marble run. This is the way that is shown on the box. One of the negatives about this product is that it did not come with an instruction manual. For me this was a problem because I am a visual person and I like having instructions for projects like these. Instead I was able to copy what I could see from the box. Other than that whatever is built just needs to be from imagination.
One more negative is that it isn’t the most sturdy product. It is all made out of a light plastic material so it is very easy to knock down, especially when you are building it. A positive of it being made of this material is that it is easy to store and it is less likely to hurt anyone.
It was a lot of fun watching the marbles race down the tracks and reach the bottom. I could just spend hours listening to that noise.
What do you think your kids would love about this marble run? Who do you know who would love this product? Let us know in the comments below!
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