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ALEX Toys - Early Learning My Tape Town - Little Hands 1522
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- Create a 3D town out of paper and tape
- Includes 6 rolls for a total of 96 feet of tape
- Use your imagination
- Part of the Little Hands Collection
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Little Hands My Tape Town- Create a 3D city complete with buildings, cars, trees and more, all with colorful adhesive tape. Make streets, ponds and grass, too. Use your imagination. Includes 6 rolls of tape for a total of 96 feet. Part of the Preschool Craft series.
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The set includes the following:
- 6 rolls of tape: The colors are black, orange, yellow, green, purple and blue. They feel like smoother masking tape on the thin side, but not thin like washi tapes. Each roll should have 16 ft. The tapes can be used for roads, road markings, windows, etc...
- 2 sheets of green paper: The green bottom represents grass surface. Each sheet measures 13.75" by 19.5".
- 4 paper cups: I wish I can recall the colors, but they're colorful cups. They're small, sized like cups you see by water coolers at doctor's offices or spit cups at a dentist's office.
- 68 stickers and paper shapes (I didn't count them - the box says 68.): The stickers are road signs, traffic lights, flowers and fish. The paper shapes are like paper dolls you punch out; they're the buildings, vehicles and trees that are two-sided and get folded to stand up. The cardboard isn't that thick but is fine for playing.
A couple of the cardboard vehicles got torn while getting punched out by a preschooler, but that can be remedied by tape. Or, now the kid has two of the same vehicles, yay! (Make the best of a potential meltdown.)
The younger ones need a little help to get started. This is especially fun for two children few years apart so the older one can help the younger one. Here's a more realistic product photo - not all components are used. It looks like a Pinterest Fail, but as long as the children have fun, who cares?