The pieces are a challenge for fine motor in terms of manipulating the reusable stickers. My kids even use the punched out parts as stencils for added hours of fun.
Hours and hours of fun and creativity. Arrived on time and well packaged. Super fun and super reccommended.
They are thicker than regular paper, but thinner than cardboard. They are clear and barely noticeable. Like all klutz books, it is of the highest quality.
There's a special folder in the back to keep all of the punch outs. It come with little precut double sided tape pieces.
The layout is too chaotic, too difficult to affix the clothes, etc. The glue stickers are hard to pull apart and aren’t really reusable. It is of no use when there are no fairies or horses to dress up.
It's great if you have a kiddo that likes to get creative and crafty. Bought this as a christmas present for a niece. It seems to be a great introduction to children who want to lear how to make pottery.
It comes with actual clay -- and requires you to use water in order to properly mold it. The wheel has two speeds and my daughter got the hang of those within a day -- but also, spent more time using warm water and her fingers (with the wheel stopped)... Read More
The pulley from the motor to the gears is a plastic band that is very cheap production. The cones included in the kit were warped and didn't stay on very well. Why it takes batteries in is beyond me.
Granddaughter is frustrated and now wants nothing to do with it. I have a 7 yr old and this is way to hard. It's quite disappointing to get you kid excited to do this project, and have it break as soon as you start.
Clay is too hard and not malleable to work with. When you finally get what looks like a bowl, it rips up when removing from mold, then collapses while drying. The c battery powered motor isn't strong enough to really make much of anything.
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