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Halloween Super Hero Masks & Glow-in-Dark Dreamcatchers | October Standard Art & Craft Kit | Age 5+

$34.95
Halloween Super Hero Masks & Glow-in-Dark Dreamcatchers | October Standard Art & Craft Kit | Age 5+

Halloween Super Hero Masks & Glow-in-Dark Dreamcatchers | October Standard Art & Craft Kit | Age 5+

$34.95
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This kit contains Two Art & Craft learning activities every Boy and Girl would love:

1.  MAKE YOUR OWN SUPERHERO MASK:  A great hero needs a great mask; especially when you want to dress as a Superhero this Halloween. Craft your own hero mask – or four! Start with one of the four felt mask bases. Then, decorate it with wings, lightning bolts, stars and other super shapes! Add some flash to your design with glitter glue and metallic stickers. Finally, tie on an elastic band. You can now put on your mask and get ready to save the day! Containing all you need to create four super-masks, this kit is a great fun and rainy-day activity.

Contents: 4 x Felt Masks, 101 x Felt Shapes, 30 x Metallic Stickers, 1 x Tube of Glitter Glue (9 ml), 1 x Elastic Band (1.52 m), 1 x Instruction Booklet

2.  BUILD YOUR DREAMCATCHERS: Why not make a couple of Glow-in-dark Owl-shaped Dreamcatchers this Halloween? Dreamcatchers are a great way to catch bad dreams in your child's room and the glow in the dark feature looks amazing. This kit will give your kids hours of creative fun and a restful nights sleep. So, use these school holidays to get them to make some amazing things!

Contents: 2 Dreamcatcher Bases, Cotton Thread, 28 Feathers, 28 Beads, 6 Rhinestone stickers, Jewellery glue, Colour instructions and Petulia's full story

Designed by educationalists, the benefits of 'learning by doing' is hard to let go.