Hubelino´s marble run products promote spatial intelligence and an elementary understanding of physical principles. Thanks to age-appropriate difficulty levels, builders young and old can take an exciting trip into the world of physics. But building a marble run isn´t just fun - it also teaches kids to follow instructions, stimulates their working memory, and improves their capacity for analytical thought.
The Hubelino product range is highly diversified. From starter packs to expansive construction sets, each of our products is suitable for year-round use and comes with a comprehensive instructional booklet. In order to keep up with the current trends and implement community requests and suggestions, we are constantly releasing marble run construction plans available as a free download.
Our marble runs are 100% compatible with standard bricks offered by other manufacturers and have won numerous prizes in the categories of innovation, quality, and pedagogical value. We work in close cooperation with child development experts, pedagogues and parents to ensure that our products stand up to the rigors of everyday use and align with the latest teaching methods. Hubelino is an environmentally conscious company, and we´re proud to offer products that bear the "Made in Germany" label.
Hubelino presents a large selection of innovative products for the unique and patented marble track system, which are supplied in a practical modular design. A set contains all important components and elements which are needed for the construction of a marble track. At the same time, the Hubelino marble track can be easily combined with building blocks from other manufacturers, so that there are no limits to children's imagination.
The marble track is built up piece by piece and with each construction module or track element, a little more complex, so that the child slowly learns how the track works and what effects small changes have on the course of the marble. Matching the ball tracks, Hubelino offers a wide range of extensions, so that theoretically endlessly large constructions can be built.