UGears 4Kids Knight on Horseback
UGears 4Kids Knight on Horseback is ready for your child's personalization. From the color of the horse – will it be a red and cream Haflinger or a multicolor Gypsy Vanner? – to the coat of arms on the shield, your child can customize every detail. Remove the eight pieces from the board, and before assembly, color with paint, markers, or pencils, whatever you have on hand. (Models don't come with paint, markers or pencils.) After the pieces have dried, use the colorful pictorial manual to assemble the model without glue or special tools.
The UGears 4Kids Knight on Horseback is made of high-quality wood and develops spatial thinking and fine motor skills.
Assembled Model Size: 82x89x45 mm
Number of parts: 8
Material: Sanded plywood
Recommended Age: 5+
Made in: Ukraine
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by Homework and Horseplay
”The uGears Knight is very affordable and would make a great stocking stuffer this year! Jack is already asking if there are other models to paint and build, so I think it is safe to say he approves.”Read the Review
review by Jump Into Genius
”This puzzle/craft is sturdy, easy to assemble and leaves room for your child to get creative with coloring or painting. You could even buy several of these and your child can paint them differently for use in imaginary battle play.”Read the Review
review by Flanders Family
”My son used a combination of gel pens and paint, with favorable results, although fine-tipped markers or colored pencils will also work. The gel pens and colored pencils allow a little finer detail than does the paint... But painting is such fun that my son chose that medium for the horse.”Read the Review
These were so cute that I bought a second set! They’re fun to do for a little down time.
My son is so excited to paint his knight! We can’t wait to get to that part in our history lesson! A fun way to include art into history
This was a great artistic tie in n to our history curriculum! A fun little activity at a great price!
So the good thing is that it does not need glue to assemble. The bad thing, the material sucks up marker like crazy! You will need paint to do this, luckily I had some acrylic paint in the home. Sturdy enough to withstand handling. Right for the price...
This is perfect to go with my daughter’s history lesson! And such an amazing price!