It's amazing the lengths people will go to visit a building. Don't they realize they could instead construct 3D puzzles of their favorite landmarks and put them around their home? Then, instead of flying all the way to New York, they could just walk to the kitchen to see the Chrysler Building. Really, it's a whole lot easier.
Thunderthighs wrote:Puzzles are great for learning those spacial and logic skills. Do you do puzzles with your child?
The 3D puzzles are more models than puzzles per se. That said, my 6 and 9 year old loved to make them and they look really nice assembled.
Some of the Daron 3D puzzles are significantly cheaper on Ebay.
Titanic, for example, $28 here plus $5 shipping vs. $21.14/FS on ebay
Willis Tower? pfffffttttt! It will always be the Sears Tower to me (and pretty much everyone else from the Chicago area).
Disney Charm book 4 pack, books are adorable with their soft covers, charm embedded in front of book. What a great deal for $13.00