Let Assembly Skills Take Off
- What: Take Apart Airplane by Battat
- When: 18 months and up
- Why: Big pieces, easy to put together and take apart
- Where: Amazon
Want a building toy that will entertain kids from an early age? Maybe your little engineer wants to take things apart constantly. Give them something constructive to deconstruct with this Take Apart Airplane from Battat that’s meant to be disassembled over and over again.
This set comes complete with a drill and three different attachments to tighten and loosen all the screws and bolts that hold the airplane together. Kids can switch out the pieces, and even when not assembling the plane, the screwdriver comes in handy for repairing other things, like mom’s knee.
The big pieces make it easy for little hands to handle, while the working screwdriver satisfies their need to build and assemble. We’ve managed to lose one wheel in more than six years, but otherwise despite many screws having mini vacations, we can still put together the entire plane.
If you don’t have a budding aviation expert, you can get similar sets from the same company in 4×4, roadster, or crane models as well.
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