UGears 4Kids Locomotive
Like a real locomotive, the model has a driver's cab, a body with a motor on the frame with three wheel pairs. The locomotive is linked to the car, in which there are two coupes for travelers. Assembles easily and is fun to play with.
Develops engineering skills, spatial thinking and fine motor skills. Captures the imagination of children for a long time.
Color as you like: acrylic, gouache, watercolor, markers - you can use whatever you have (models don't come with paint or markers). Delicate contour lines on wooden parts make it easy to paint.
Cognitive and developing: Develops spatial thinking and fine motor skills. Captures the imagination of children for a long time.
Eco-friendly: is made of high quality wood, has a fragrant scent of wood and is pleasant to the touch.
Assembles easily: all component parts are already cut off and can be easily removed from the board. The model assembles like a puzzle without glue and special tools by following an illustrated color manual. While children are collecting some blocks, the adults can suggest their help: the joining parts are cut off precisely for the slots and for the assembly, you only need to insert the component pins, pressing them with your fingers. But if the fingers are too small, they may need some help. :)
|Age Recommendation: 5 years +|
Why do we love this product:
UGears is a startup established in 2014 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Little over 5 years later, the collection has grown to almost 90 models of gorgeous, intelligent design. UGears has invented and patented their very own plywood joint design. The unique self-propelled mechanical model kits are designed for self-assembly without glue and made entirely of high-grade eco-friendly wooden material. The models are fun to assemble as well as educational, and can also serve as decorative pieces due to their aesthetically pleasing design. Inspired by steam-punk fantasy, the clear view of all the moving components, including gears and pendulums, creates a unique, unforgettable and fascinating look at everyday (and not so everyday) machinery.