Marble Run + Art Easel

Ages 3+

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$119.95 $99.95

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Description

Get creative with this convertible kid-sized easel — with two ways to play! Explore engineering with a marble run gameboard, complete with 35 track pieces and spinners to build all sorts of marble-ous machines. Then turn your gameboard into an artist's studio with a reversible chalkboard / whiteboard panel and built-in paint cups and art tray to help your imagination soar.

As seen on: Romper

Delivery note: This item will ship separately from any other items in your order. Your entire order only qualifies for Standard Shipping (delivered within 3-10 business days).

Marble Run comes as a finished product, not a DIY building kit.

Activities:

  • Use the marble run pieces to design and test different paths for your marbles to follow
  • Complete different marble run challenges — like testing probability
  • Use the artist's studio to make amazing art that's uniquely you

Explore:

  • Engineering
  • Creativity
  • Problem-Solving

Using charter school funds?

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    Ashleigh, Mar 25, 2020

    Love it!

    We will get a lot of use out of this! I have an almost-7-year-old, a 5-year-old, and an 8 month old. We have to keep a VERY close eye on the marbles and the kids have lost one under the oven already. For now they are safe in the paint cups that come with it. There is some assembly involved, but directions are easy and the packaging is very clever—just make sure you open it in a room with adequate space. The whole thing is just so clever! The boxes at the bottom NEVER stay on because the little dowels that hold them in are too short AND they fall off and pose another choking hazard. I haven’t looked through the booklet with the kids yet, but I flipped through it and thought it was neat. It talks about the designer and the challenges she had and why she made the decisions they made. I think it’s neat for the kids to put a face to a product and realize HOW STUFF GETS MADE! Got some chalk for the chalkboard and the kids practice spelling. I thought the kids would spend more time playing with the marble run and I’m sure they will. Haven’t even given them the challenges yet, but their aversion may understandably have to do with me threatening their lives if they let the sister get a hold of a marble. Just a guess.

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