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February Standard Combo Kit • Age 5 plus • Building Wooden Racing Car and T-Rex Buzz Wire Challenge

$34.95
February Standard Combo Kit • Age 5 plus • Building Wooden Racing Car and T-Rex Buzz Wire Challenge

February Standard Combo Kit • Age 5 plus • Building Wooden Racing Car and T-Rex Buzz Wire Challenge

$34.95
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This kit contains One Science and One Art & Craft learning activities for children aged 5 plus:

1. MAKE AND PAINT YOUR RACING CAR: Get your car ready to hit the track with this make and paint Racing Car kit! Build and customise a wooden car, ready for adding personalised touches with the trio of colourful paints included in the set. All pieces are 100% wood. The set includes three paints, glue and a brush, giving you everything you need to create your unique car design. Get your little one on the fast track to creativity with this fun set!

Contents: Pre-cut wood pieces, glue, three paints, brush and instructions

2. LEARN AND PLAY T-REX BUZZ WIRE: Guide the metal handle around the wire but don’t touch or T Rex will roar into action. You need a steady hand and nerves of steel to defeat the dino in this exciting buzz wire challenge. Two interchangeable T rex shapes give two skill levels. Start training with the head shape then, when you are ready, graduate to the full body. With a realistic roar sound, this is a fun toy is ideal for all those who are dinosaur crazy!

Contents: 2 x buzz wire with different skill level and 1 x loop key but not included: 2 × 1.5A AA batteries and a small crosshead screwdriver.

Altogether these two activities are perfectly balanced between Science, Art and Crafts. Designed by educationalists, the benefits of 'learning by doing' is hard to let go.