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Dress up is something I don’t think kids get enough of these days. I never had theme related costumes as a kid so I just went in my moms closet and wore whatever I could reach.
These were also gifted to us and I don’t think we have one single toy set that has had as much use as this one. It was the inspiration for our birthday party theme that year, was set out for cousin & birthday friend play & has been the star of many dinosaur related activities including several scavenger hunts and sensory play bins.
I love toys that fit a theme and teach a skill set or unrelated concept! These STEM kits are SUPER fun & are a great independent activity. This set builds the muscles in the hands that are required for fine motor skills activities. It requires that they problem solve. If they put a piece in wrong, they’ll (eventually) notice and fix it,
My son got this dinosaur set as a gift when he turned 3. It was far too advanced for him but he loved it anyway. It was a great mommy & me project about following directions, patience and perseverance. We built it together and set it on a shelf for about 6 months until he wanted to invent his own dinosuar (that the “big boy” LEGOs weren’t as hard for him to put together. Now he’s almost 5 & still treasures it!
If you’re looking for a gift this set would have been more appropriate for a 3 year old but he didn’t seem to notice or care.