Make Your Own Wooden Racing Car
product code: 133944
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Make and decorate your own wooden toy race car is a fantastic toy that lets children learn how to make things and paint them. Best of all, you'll have made it yourself.
It also gives them the satisfaction that they have created and made it all by themselves and they can keep it for years. Made of strong plantation timber. Including stickers and paint, these models are easy to assemble and perfect for creating fun.
Kit includes wooden pieces, paint pots, glue, paint brush, sticker sheet and step by step instructions.
Let's slot together the pieces to build our own cool racing car. We can add the wheels, spoiler and driver, and make the car come together, piece by piece!
Let's paint the car and make it look fantastic. We can add the stickers, then race the car across the floor or display it in our room with pride!
Enjoying a project, step by step
Feeling good about a great end result
2-in-1 fun: make then drive the car
Building skill and precision in little hands
Building confidence and concentration
Fine motor skills: good for dressing, drawing and writingBattery requirements: Not required
How does this help my child ?
This toy enables your child to express themselves artistically.
Fine Motor skillsFine Motor skills
This toy helps your child to use their hands for precise movements.
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their imagination.
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Delivery within 2 working days to UK mainland addresses. Regrettably this service is unavailable for deliveries to Northern Ireland.
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