Magnetic paint manufacturer MagWall has created a special range of play-kits aimed at promoting water education for young children.
Mike McLennan, MagWall's creative director, says the new product range can be used as a platform for expanding creative play.
MagWall is a paint primer that can be applied on any surface to turn them into magnetic receptive surfaces.
McLennan says the kits are aimed at unprivileged children at pre-primary and ECD schools.
[WATER TALK] @pjchudson was joined in studio by @MagWallSA Creative Director Mike Mc Lennan on their magnetic wall paint & promoting water education in children https://t.co/XTbE5xAicY pic.twitter.com/tiKB8Wp6J6— CapeTalk on 567AM (@CapeTalk) April 9, 2018
Learning has to be fun, interactive and engaging.— Mike McLennan, creative director of MagWall
One of the things we look at is tools that can enhance education.— Mike McLennan, creative director of MagWall
We've created a whole range of MagWall products; alphabets, letters, animals, you name it.— Mike McLennan, creative director of MagWall
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