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Creativity For Kids Wind Up Workshop Robots
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- Wind up workshop
- Allows you child's imagination to run wild as they embrace their creative side
- Stimulates and encourages children's creativity
- Suitable for age 7 plus
- Recognisable premium brand
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With a little creative crafting you can make your own whimsical wind-ups. Embellish 5 wind-up mechanisms with colourful cardboard cut outs, retro-robot stickers, wiggly eyes and mini markers. Creativity for Kids is the premium brand of craft kits for children available from Faber-Castell. Founded in 1976 by Phyllis Brody and Evelyn Greenwald, who believed all children are naturally creative and will benefit from experiences that stimulate and encourage creativity, the brand has gone from strength to strength and is now recognisable as the premium children’s art & craft kit brand.
5x Wind-up mechanisms
Colourful cardboard cut outs
Retro robot stickers
Sticky foam squares
8x Mini markers
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Top Customer Reviews
They had a great time choosing the arms, faces, and other bits to put on their robots. Not very durable, but they don't play roughly with them.
Was a little complicated for him & he needed quite a lot of help but he enjoyed decorating them.
My 9 year old son had no problems with following the instructions & making the Robots.
Would recommend for older children.
design and build your own robots hours of fun, for both me and the kids.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My grandson enjoys making things and the fact that he could make robots was just the ticketPublished 5 months ago by Ann Walpole