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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kids Love Rapunzel, and Love this Set! Received Product as part of the Educational Insights EI Insiders Program... We have several of the Once Upon a Craft sets, and by far - this one is the big winner. If your kids love princesses, they probably love Rapunzel, just as ours do. Out of the sets we have, this one has the best craft - pairing a tower with Rapunzel's "hair" as represented by a paper chain. I sent this along with our girls to do as a project with their Aunt while I was traveling and my wife was working, and it was just the perfect thing for a rainy morning. The included book features the famous tale of the imprisoned girl and her prince, and will be a part of our home library for quite some time. As I always point out with all of these, it's the book that's made to last, as any craft tackled by little ones (ours are 4 & 7) is generally not built to last. It's the experience that counts, and this is a big win.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use! I worked on this with my daughter, and she had a great time. The hair was very easy to put together and it stayed together well. Disclosure I received a free item, but it in no way influenced my opinion!
Date published: 2016-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fairy Tale Fun with Rapunzel My seven year old daughter recently did her first Once Upon a Craft set the twelve dancing princesses and she was immediately hooked and eager to do another! This time we tried the Rapunzel one. Just like the other set it came with a book and two easy crafts that include everything you need in the box and don't require any additional material. We started out reading the book. Paige is required to do twenty minutes of reading a day for second grade anyway so this is the perfect opportunity to do her reading on a story that interests her. She noticed while reading it the differences between the book and the Disney movie. This book is the original story and not the modified movie version. It was a great opportunity to compare and contrast the two and so she was really interested to see how this one would end! The first craft we did was making a Rapunzel headpiece with cascading "hair." This was really easy to do by simply making the crown fit to her head and hooking it in the corresponding slot. To make the braid we just looped each piece through and then attached it with the pre-cut slots in each end. I had to help her with the first few because she struggled to get the ends attached. It's definitely a good hand eye coordination and fine muscle exercise! Next we built the castle. We followed the suggestion in the included directions to first put it together to see how it goes, then disassemble to decorate and then reassemble. This was great problem solving like putting together a puzzle and a bit of engineering to construct that castle! She also got to be creative and put the included stickers wherever she wanted. My daughter really enjoys the Once Upon a Craft sets and both times her little brother has come along and wanted to be included. Because of the ability to take apart and put back together without any permanence aside from the stickers, he got to do both crafts as well.
Date published: 2016-08-22
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