Build and Go Cars Review

My daughter is 8 now and has always loved to build lego but never really shown much interest in building models despite being given opportunities to do so. Bit of a parenting fail really but we stopped  encouraging the idea and just let it go as something she didn’t really show much interest in.

A couple of weeks ago these 2 build and play cars arrived. Lise had a friend over to play and they pounced on them. It took them about 1/2 an hour each but they built them with no help from us but lots of help from each other.

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Revell Build & Play is the childishly simple way to start model-building. Simply stick the ready-separated parts into each other without applying any great force and the fun can begin.

 

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I was a bit disappointed myself that actually it had taken them only 1/2 an hour until I realised that was really just part of enjoying this toy Now also had a new toy robust enough to play with. Pretty soon they were racing their own built cars around the kitchen and thoroughly enjoying themselves.

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My daughter has a new love for building, I am so pleased.

Easykits for ages 8+ and Model Kits for ages 10+ follow on form the build and play level 1 kits which really are a great introduction into model making. Build & Play is a unique dual-purpose concept and lots of fun.

Revell Build & Play is available from all good toy and model retailers. For details visit www.revell.de/en

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  1. September 12, 2015 / 9:16 pm

    I think my boys would like this – I tried them on some harder model types but it was an epic fail and they have shied away from model kits since!
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