Model Size: 3.3*1.2*4.0 in (8.4*3*10.2 cm)
Package Size: 6.5*3.5*0.2 in (16.5*9*0.5 cm)
Number of components: 8
Estimated time of assembly: 0.5 hours
Estimated time of assembly: 30 minutes
Estimated time for painting: 2 hours +
3D wooden coloring model «Bouquet».
For children from 5 years old … as well as grown-ups of any age..
Color as you like: acrylic, gouache, watercolor, markers - you can use whatever you have. You can color the model by doing yourself, with friends or the whole family. Delicate contour lines on wooden parts show all the necessary contours of a flower in a bouquet to make it easy to paint.
Cognitive and developing: making a hand bouquet is the activity of pleasure which develops a sense of beauty. There are five flowers, a decor and a vase. Contains elements of mechanics with scrolling flower heads around. Assembles easily, is able to put on the stand and is fun to play with.
Develops engineering skills, spatial thinking and fine motor skills. Captures the imagination of children for a long time.
Eco-friendly: is made of high quality wood, has a fragrant scent of wood and is pleasant to the touch.
Assembles easily: all component parts are already cut off and can be easily removed from the board. The model assembles like a puzzle without glue and special tools by following an illustrated color manual. While children are collecting some blocks, the adults can suggest their help: the joining parts are cut off precisely for the slots and for the assembly, you only need to insert the component pins, pressing them with your fingers. But if the fingers are too small, it may need some help.
Likable: with the help of fantasy, imagination and creative talents of young (and adult) artists each UGEARS coloring model gets a unique and beautiful look, that will keep your spirits up being on the top of your desk.
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Made from wood materials
The models produce motion
Assembling without glue and chemicals
Details are already cut and ready to assemble
Perfect for family projects through hands-on STEM learning