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Marble Rush Discovery Starter Set


Construct, problem solve and explore with the Marble Rush Discovery Set.



Skill Development:

Ease of Use:

Age: 4-8 years

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Explore thrilling stunts and exciting challenges with the Marble Rush™ Discovery Set™. This 33-piece colour-coded building set includes an extreme launcher, fast tracks and bases that all easily connect. The easy-to-follow levelled guide includes three different beginner builds or you can create your own courses. When construction is complete, drop the three marbles into the funnel and press the button to watch them race down ramps. Compete with friends and family using the exciting ramp challenge to keep the marbles in motion.

Combine with other Marble Rush™ sets (sold separately) to create an extreme play set. Find more builds at www.vtechkids.com/marblerush 

Batteries not required.


What our testers said

“Look at this piece of set. There is a thing inside it and that hits the ball to make it go around.” – Girl aged 5

“This piece looks like a big bathtub and the marbles are splashing in!” – Boy aged 6 

What our experts think

The Marble Rush Discovery Starter Set allows children to experiment creatively with a moving construction which helps to develop their logical thinking and problem-solving skills.

With adult support to follow the diagram steps, children gathered each piece required. As well as helping them to understand steps in a logical sequence, completing the build also helps with developing visual processing skills. This is an important part of learning in construction play because it allows children to develop a visual understanding of how to manipulate, direct and attach pieces successfully. As they played more with the set, children were able to engage in the build more independently. 

Once the structure was constructed, children also enjoyed engaging in pretend play with the marbles, which encouraged storytelling and communication. For slightly older children, this also got them experimenting with building courses of their own design. 

Skills developed

– Encourages creative experimentation

– Develops logical thinking and problem-solving skills

– Promotes visual processing skills