Janod Magnetic Toys
Janod have been at the forefront of children's toy designs for decades since they began in 1970. They have always focused on traditional methods, producing simple toys which are artfully made. Their colourful ranges of toys always catch the eye. Their process often starts from a classic toy idea, then rethinks it for the present day. You will see from Janod's magnetic toys that they always balance an iconic vintage aesthetic with a fresh and vibrant creativity which will be sure to capture your children's imagination.
Imagination, discovery and learning
All Janod toys have been made so that they can offer kids the opportunity to explore using their imagination. This is a two way street, and so the skilled design team at Janod use their considerable French flair for creativity to make their toys as beautifully captivating as possible. This way, through the act of play, kids along the way will be developing their capacities of problem solving, creativity and even dexterity and motor skills.
Janod magnetic book
The centrepiece of Janod's magnetic toys range is their magnetic book. These books are educational games which are great fun for children. Some of them ask players to create pictures using magnetic shapes on the panel which match up with shapes given on a card. Others are more language based, where the rules are the same but this time kids must correctly spell words they are given on their card using the magnetic letter tiles. These games get the brain working whilst they never feel overly taxing, helping your children to learn whilst they have fun.
Magnetic trees, gardens, rockets and more
There are lots of other wonderful creations from Janod such as their magnetic trees. These trees open out so that children can arrange the 30 magnetic woodland creatures inside, learning the names of their favourite animals as they go. Or you can pick up gorgeously colourful magnetic garden scenes, which are so vibrant in colour that they will help get your kids into the idea of growing (and eating!) fruits and vegetables. Or for those budding little engineers, try out the rocket ships and planes which can be built and deconstructed using the magnetic pieces.