As a blogger, I may be compensated in some way (either pay, product, or experience) for sharing the post below All opinions are my own. ~Heidi
A few weeks ago, we received a package containing the 4 kits pictured above. Ian was ecstatic! He loves kits like this with little things he can put together. He’s done 3D type puzzles before, but these were particularly special because they actually had little motors! Once the kits are put together, you can wind them up and they go! What kid isn’t going to find that fun!
We laid them out based on their level of difficulty and he started with the simplest kit.
He started off with the military plane and I was surprised by how quickly he got it put together.
Next up was the tiger kit. Unfortunately, some of the little pieces broke while he was trying to assemble this one, so he wasn’t able to get that one to work exactly right.
He followed up with the dinosaur and the digger. Both these kits worked perfectly and he was quite excited to see them moving across our floors (one of the many perks of having hardwood floors!)
As a mom, I was really pleased with these kits as they gave Ian something to do in the afternoons when he was done with school. They were easy to punch the pieces out and required him to follow directions closely in order to accomplish the end goal. He was pleased with the final results and proud that he had assembled them with no parental help.
Each of the kits that we received is part of a series of models that you can see on the website – military, construction, dinosaur, and animals. To find out where you can purchase these kits near you, check the Where to Buy page. They are also available at major retailers, such as Walmart, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Hasting, Learning Express, Paper Source, Five Below and Ron Jon Surf Shop.
***This post made possible by chizcomm.***