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Thames & Kosmos Kids First Automobile Engineer
Qboidz 30-in-1 Set
Take-A-Part Crane Truck
Battat Take-A-Part Crane Truck
Qboidz 14-in-1 Set
MindWare can teach three-year-olds about machines and the principles of science and the engineering that powers them. Plus, what's more fun for a kid than building their own machines and models? It is the kind of cool project every kids dreams about and we have multiple kits for you to choose from. Three- year-olds just love to build so why not indulge them!
Kid's First building kits are the perfect first building experience for kids age 3 and up. These building block systems include a first look at life as an Amusement Park Engineer, Automotive Engineer or Aircraft Engineer. Each Kids First building block set has a storybook design manual that leads kids through a delightful story containing all of the models they are going to build as they go along. Each story has a group of friends who help others as they build the needed vehicles and amusement park rides. You will find that kids enjoy the story as much as they do the building! Plus, each set can be used to build multiple projects. And when the storybook projects are completed, kids can use the set to build their own vehicles, rides and contraptions providing hours of additional fun. Each kit comes with a storage case for all the parts.
Younger vehicle enthusiasts will enjoy the Take-A-Part Airplane and the Take-A-Part Crane Truck. The battery-operated power tool makes assembling these toys fun! You'll be amazed at the sense of accomplishment kids feel when they are done. Building toys enhance focus, concentration and fine motor skills in children. These are great building sets for 3-year-olds.
Get your kids building machines and models for fun and you'll be amazed at how their focus, concentration and fine motor skills increase as they spend time doing something they love.