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Make Your Own Plaster Handprints and Mini Succulent Garden | Sep. Standard Art & Craft Kit | Age 5+

$34.95
Make Your Own Plaster Handprints and Mini Succulent Garden | Sep. Standard Art & Craft Kit | Age 5+

Make Your Own Plaster Handprints and Mini Succulent Garden | Sep. 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 PLASTER HANDPRINTS: Get your children to create a plaster print art using their own hands, fingers, their pet’s paws or anything! Paint your plaster cast and frame and then decorate with the stickers provided. Insert your plaster cast print in the frame and display your artwork! Great way to improve hand to eye coordination and visual art skills.

Contents: A set of plastic weather station (assembly required), 1 x thermometer, 1 x compass, screws and detailed instructions.

2.  MAKE YOUR OWN MINI GARDEN:  Paint the pots for your mini garden with white paint, colour-block large areas of the pot with the vibrant neon paint, then decorate it with patterns using gold! Finally, cut and fold mini plants out of the paper provided and plant them. Your garden can last forever with paper-crafted plants, but you can also test out your green thumb by planting real plants in your beautiful new pots! Containing all you need to create four super-cute mini pot plants, this kit is a great gift idea or a rainy-day activity.

Contents: 4 x terracotta pots, 1 x tape roll, 1 x tissue paper, 2 x paintbrushes, 2 x foam balls, 2 x paper sheets, 1 x paint jar (20 ml), 5 x paint pots (25 ml), 10 x pins, 1 x instruction booklet 

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