Rated 5 out of 5Â by Tiffybear 2 year old loves it, and so do the parents!
My husband and I help put the foam pieces together and 2 year old hammers or drills them into place. He has a blast, and honestly, so do we.no, they do not stay together very well, we just teach him to be gentle with them. As others have noted, in order to make another design you usually have to disassemble others. not a problem for us, but if there are more children playing it would be a problem. he loves the drill, ran out of batteries by the second day, he's used it THAT much.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Magpie118 This is a must have for your little woodworker!
My three-year-old nephew loves tools, so I bought this for him for Christmas. He loves to manipulate the foam wood pieces and builds things with the help of his 6 and 9 year old sisters. It has been a big hit with the whole family. Everything is of great quality and is sure to hold up to intense play. It was incredibly easy to assemble (10 minutes or less) and seems very sturdy with large, solid plastic supports. I bought this on sale for about half price. I don't think you can beat the deals at Kohl's. It is a GREAT product for the price.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Ron Easy to assemble with clear directions!
My son loves it, but my daughter likes it too. He usually takes his toys apart, but this seems to be durable enough to survive his rough play. He has built some of the suggested projects, but he has also created his own. He quickly figured out how to use all of the tools. It would be nice if more screws and nuts were included so they can be used in the projects. Also it may have been nice if the screws were a combination of phillips and flat head varieties. Additional tools can be purchased to expand the fun. Finally, there is room to store all of the included tools easily.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Dana Great Workshop with a lot of storage!
We bought this for my 23 month old son for Christmas. He (and his 4 year old sister) love it. I like how the drill will screw and unscrew the screws into the bench. I don't like that there is nothing specific to hammer into the bench (there are 13 holes in the bench but they are all for screws). It would have been nice to have a couple of nails and a couple holes to hammer them into. My kids still hammer the screws but it's not really the same. My son is still a bit too young to build the projects but they look pretty neat. All in all we love this bench and would buy it again.