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This fun and visually enticing pack gives kids something special: the opportunity to play with the images, not just look at them. Its created by the much-respected and prolific author Martin Gardner, who wrote the Mathematical Games column in Scientific American for more than a quarter of a century. Gardners numerous puzzle collections, as well as his expert writing on maths and science, have made him a force to be reckoned with in the field. Packaged right inside the book are lots of punch-out cards that will enhance every illusion plus a vinyl pouch for safely storing the cards afterwards. So when children try to figure out if the two differently shaped tables in a picture are actually the same size, they can see whether theyre right by laying a checkered tablecloth over them both. Or they can pin a colourful rainbow disk to the page, spin it, and watch the colours disappear. Each illusion gets an entire spread, with instructions, extra illustrations and sometimes sidebars, too.
Optical Illusion Play Pack
Nett weight0.480kg
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Price (Each)£9.08