by linda, TX on Jun 12, 2012
by Cheryl Branden, WA on Sep 8, 2011
We had the smaller set of this and our 3 1/2 year old grandson when he visits plays with it with is grammpa. He knows he can only play with it when his little sister 9 months old is sleeping. So we decided to by another bigger set so they he can really get creative. It is wonderful to spend that time with him and he loves it. Grammpa is the crew boss and he takes his directin from him. He learns colors and shapes and really gets into the contruction of his master piece. I'm sure as he gets older he will be promoted to the crew boss.
by Melissa, NJ on Apr 24, 2011
Amazing toy! My son loves playing with it!
by Kristen, TN on Nov 14, 2010
by Alma, ID on Oct 12, 2010
The Marble Run is VERY fun to play with as a family. A lot of thought and creativity go into the runs and it can be played with for hours after. The pieces fit together nicely and seem to be quite strong.
by Matthew, MI on Oct 9, 2010
have not yet opened because its a Christmas gift but has promise.
by Theresa, CA on Jun 29, 2010
My daughter really wanted this marble run for her birthday. It was a few months ago. She still plays with it for hours.
by susan, WI on Apr 8, 2010
This is one with many possibilities and requires some logical thinking to put together. Most played with item of the holiday!
by Anastasia, IL on Feb 19, 2010
by Dawn, ND on Sep 25, 2009
I bought this for my 7 year old nephew and this is/was his favorite present! The number of pieces did not make his parents happy, but he & his friends really enjoy it.
by Debra, NC on Apr 9, 2009
My newly 7 yr old nephew loves it and several of the adults too. It's a nice quality of plastic and though it takes some patience to build sturdy enough, that's the point of the toy. Would defn recommend!
by Sheryl, TX on Mar 2, 2009
by Chris, KS on Dec 29, 2008
by Olga, AZ on Dec 4, 2008
We got Super Marble Run Vortis for our son's birthday. He really likes it! I think it helps kids to develop engineering skills. Thank you.
by Kimberly, IA on Oct 8, 2008