Truck Take-A-Part Build with Tools for Kids by Elf Star Review

  • By Stephanie
  • May 24, 2016
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Disclaimer:  I received this product for free or highly discounted in exchange for an honest review.  All thoughts and opinions expressed are mine.

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S is all about building and taking apart toys.  He has a train that he is constantly dismantling and reassembling.  I showed him the choices he had of a blue car, red helicopter or a yellow truck.  He immediately went for the yellow truck that he said was a bulldozer.  When we got it in the mail he could not wait to see if what he was able to create.  While he did not make what the picture showed he is very happy with his creation and has been trying to improve on it every day.

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The take-a-part vehicles come in three different styles: blue car, red helicopter, or yellow truck.  Each set comes with 54 pieces including the necessary tools.  Two models can be built from each set.  The pieces are made of non-toxic, eco-friendly, rubber, and fiber material.  The pieces are brightly colored and easy for small hand to maneuver.  With precision craft there are no sharp edges.  The take-a-part vehicles are recommended for ages 5 and up.

The Truck Take-A-Part Build with Tools for Kids by Elf Star is only $16.99 on Amazon.com.  Click here to order Truck Take-A-Part Build with Tools for Kids by Elf Star Set.  #takeapartoy

I was chosen to review the Truck Take-A-Part Build with Tools for Kids by Elf Star through Tomoson.com.  Basically how it works is you select items you would like to review and if they chose you, the product is purchased through Amazon.com.  If you have a Prime Account with Amazon shipping is free and a coupon code is provided from the company making the product free or highly discounted.  In exchange they are looking for an honest review on their product.

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Disclaimer: I have never claimed to be any great writer. So any mistakes that are made are my fault. Sometimes I mix up names B, S, and P, but I think you can figure out who I am talking about. If you find any grammatical errors just fix it in your mind so it sounds right.
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