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Smithsonian Human Skeleton PerfectCast Museum Craft Kit
Price: $24.99
The Smithsonian Museum Craft Kits by Skullduggery combine creativity, discovery, and learning in one exciting artistic journey. Each kit includes everything needed to create an educational masterpiece:

-PerfectCast Mix
-Mold Trays
-Paints & Paint Brush
-Background Display Poster
-Display Easel
-Glue
-Fun Activity Book
-10 Crayons

First, mix the PerfectCast mold mix in the 'mix and pour' bag and pour it into the molds. While it sets enjoy the fun, games and learning in the activity book! Unmold your creation, paint the parts and set them onto the display background - now it's ready to show off on the easel! Children will have a hands on learning adventure they can share with everyone!

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 and Mold & Paint 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 - and they are proudly made in the USA!

ASIN: B00N42Z5KQ

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