Cubic Fun 3D Puzzles for Kids Ages 8-10 Cityline London Building Model Pluzzle Crafts
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What We Like
- The 3D model kit makes an ideal birthday or Christmas gift
- The instruction booklet allows to assemble the numbered pieces easily
- The classic architectures of London makes it perfect for office and home decoration
- Some pieces may not fix together
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We analyzed 10,839 reviews for 67 products in the 3-D Puzzles category.
We analyzed a total of 108 reviews for this product. Of these, 13 reviews were recent.
Around 93% of reviews were positive and about 6% were negative.
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What buyers say about Cubic Fun 3D Puzzles for Kids Ages 8-10 Cityline London Building Model Pluzzle Crafts
It took 5 hours, but it was worth it... I love my own model of masjid ul haram, and I wish they made one for masjid eavi.
He was challenged a couple of times, but I believe most kids should be able to tackle this at this age.
The finished product is attractive and stable, and it's easy to assemble. This is a great project for a child or parent or grandparent. I did it with my 7 year old and we had a great time doing it.
We decided to give my 5 year old daughter a toy that she could use while she stays at home and she really likes puzzles and bridges.
The instructions were clear and the puzzle was easy to complete by my 8 year old.
Is it possible to dismantle and rebuild it?
It is not meant to be dismantled and rebuilt, but it will fall apart and need to be thrown out in about a year.
What is the minimum age 96?
I don't recall that being in the description when I bought it, but I can tell you that I bought it for my son who was 9 years old at the time and the puzzle was just a little challenging for him.
I was wondering what equipments are required for this puzzle.
I use a large paper clip bent to poke the small pieces out. Tweezers are useful if a piece gets stuck and won't go through all the way.
Is it possible for this material to be recycled?
If it is made of styrofoam, it probably won't be recycled.
Is it possible for a 10 year old to make this?
I think they would need an adult to help them because my mom struggled with certain parts.