Mom in Training: Build - then play with Revell Junior Kits

November 2, 2016

Build - then play with Revell Junior Kits


I really like how now days there are build and play kits that are targeted towards the younger crowed. I remember growing up watching my older cousins put together model cars wishing I could build something too. Now days there are so many great options for the younger kids like the Revell Junior Kits. They are made for kids as young as five to be able to assemble with easy to follow instructions and larger parts for their smaller hands. And then when they are done they get to enjoy their creation by playing with it.

Following simple, color-coded instructions, kids improve their motor skills, coordination and focus every step of the way. It’s hands-on play that fires up your child’s development. Plus who wouldn't want to build their own fire truck and then play firefighter when they are done!

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Playing and learning are not mutually exclusive according to toymaker, Revell models. Their new Junior Kit line allows kids to polish their mechanical skills and have a blast doing so!

The product line includes a sleek racecar, cool convertible, officious police car, rugged off-roader, and a shiny firetruck. Kids as young as 5 years old can assemble these models themselves thanks to parts that easily screw on with the use of tools provided. After building, you can zoom the cars all over town!

These easy to build vehicles typically include 21-41 pieces along with enhanced features such as decal stickers and are available from $17.99 to $29.99 at Hobby Lobby and are also available on Amazon.

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1 comment:

  1. I had never seen this type of toy for younger kids, but I love the whole idea! They get to put it together just like older kids/adults put together model car/plane/ship kits!

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