Smithsonian Mini Motorized Military Vehicle 3D Puzzle Pack
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These cool new 3D Smithsonian Puzzles are fun-filled, collectible toys unlike anything else in the toy store. More than just a puzzle, more than just a model, more than just a wind up toy - it's all three in one fun little package! First build your 3-dimensional toys - they even include a working wind-up motor! Pop out the collectible fact card from the back of the box to learn great facts about what you just built. Then wind them up and watch them go! Somewhat challenging puzzles are perfect for ages 6 years and older.

Skullduggery is proud to partner with the Smithsonian Institution to offer its latest line of quality educational products that combine discovery and fun, providing kids with many hours of enjoyment and learning! Smithsonian Museum Craft Kits, Smithsonian Discovery Puzzles and Smithsonian Motorized 3D Puzzles bring fun and learning together by utilizing vibrant imagery and unique and relevant subject matter in a hands-on product that truly engages a child. Just the sort of quality educational product you have come to expect from the Smithsonian Institution and Skullduggery!

ASIN: B01770YE16

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