Kid's Magnet Wall | Children's Magnetic Toys | Kodo Kids

Magnet Walls

The Magnet Wall will impact the way you teach and how children learn in your classroom. Inspiring collaboration, innovation, prediction, and productive struggle, it gives children opportunities to elevate their learning and develop a foundation in physical science. Teachers use the Magnet Wall as an open-ended canvas for virtually any curriculum and philosophy. The Magnet wall is the essential, must-have piece for your classroom!

Kodo Kids

Mobile Magnet Wall

Take Kodo’s Magnet Wall from classroom to classroom or outside for the day with this mobile version. For outdoor or water use, shop our Outdoor Mobile Magnet Wall to ensure the material can stand up to outdoor conditions.

Kodo Kids

Indoor Magnet Wall

Our original Magnet Wall is a mounted vertical workspace for experimentation with ramps and systems. Plenty of construction space promotes creative thinking and problem solving as children build extensive Rube Goldberg like contraptions!

Kodo Kids

Outdoor Magnet Wall

Take our original Magnet Wall outdoors for sun, water and play! The Outdoor Magnet Wall features weather-resistant trim and trays for permanent outdoor installations. It can be mounted to exterior walls and fencing.

Kodo Kids

Magnet Wall Accessories

Ramps, tubes, balls and so much more! Shop accessories made specifically for our Magnet Walls.


Open-Ended Play

The Magnet Wall puts investigation-based inquiry and systems thinking skills to work in classrooms, on playgrounds, and in community spaces. Each model comes with the Fundamentals Pack of parts and features indoor or outdoor trim, unlimited expansion options, and endless opportunities for open-ended investigations.

“I’ve been teaching for 12 years and I’ve struggled to find one tool or material that every single child loves and looks forward to using. The Magnet Wall has been the answer!”

C. Costello

Wildflower Preschool, Boulder, CO

Magnet Wall FAQ

What factors should be considered when deciding between a mounted vs mobile style?
Deciding between a wall-mounted and mobile version can be difficult. Consider the dedicated wall space you have, whether portability is important to you, and where you might keep a mobile style when not in use. Also consider the following: The extension panels will only work with the wall-mounted styles, so if you want a very long Magnet Wall, choose a wall-mounted version. An outdoor mobile style could be better suited than the wall-mounted outdoor if you’re in a region of the country that experiences extreme high or low temperatures. If you share the physical space with another program a mobile version might be best as it can be rolled away into a large storage space. We’re happy to speak with you to ensure your program needs are met! Give us a call or drop us an email.
Does Kodo offer installation services?
We do not, but our engineering team will gladly assist with planning or troubleshooting should you run into any issues during installation! Call or email customer service for any installation guidance.
Are any magnetic parts included?

Yes! Every Magnet Wall, regardless of the style, comes with a Fundamentals Pack of magnetic ramps, rings, and walls. We also include a couple of non-magnetic ramps for fitting into the rings or resting on the magnetic walls, a set of cups for holding balls or other parts that children want to include, and a set of wooden balls. There are plenty of parts in the Fundamentals Pack to get you started!

Will the magnetic accessories work on my existing magnet board?

Unfortunately, they will most likely not work. These magnets require a magnet board that is composed of 14 gauge steel.

Can dry erase markers be used on the magnetic panels?
No, as they tend to stain the surface. Try using our Magnet Wall Words and Symbols to safely label elements and write on your Magnet Wall.
How does play with the Magnet Wall support my curriculum?
The Magnet Wall tops our list of must-haves for supporting innovation, integrated STEM concept development, design and systems thinking. Children and adults can use their experiences to explore cause and effect relationships, trial and error, prediction and testing, data interpretation, chain reactions, and more. Look to your physical science curriculum for topics such as Inclined Planes, Magnetism, and Systems Design.