Create models of some of the world's most stunning architecture with these challenging 3-D puzzles. Famous buildings take shape as you assemble foam-core pieces. Detailed instruction booklets include information on the building’s history.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARDsmall parts not for children under 3 years.
Average assembly time is 3-4 hours. 116 pieces. For ages 7 and up. 24 1/2"H x 18 1/2"W x 9 3/4"D when assembled.
One of the London's most iconic symbols, Big Ben is the massive bell that has chimed the hour from St. Stephen’s Tower at the northern end of Westminster Palace since 1858. It’s heard every day by listeners of the BBC World Service via a microphone inside the tower, and its distinctive tunebased on part of Handel’s Messiahsounds from bell towers, grandfather clocks, cuckoo clocks, and more, all around the world.
Plunge under the sea into a colorful hidden
picture game, navigate through outer space in an intergalactic maze, and try to find camouflaged animals in their natural habitat. Straight from the most popular pages of National Geographic Kids magazinethe number ...
The future of scientific advancement depends on today’s
kids becoming tomorrow's change-makers. By using the same techniques employed by adult inventors—challenge-based innovation and collaborative problem solving—the Inventor’s Lab Building Kit gives little scientists the right sized tools to start inventing ...
Explore the final frontier with this clever new
building kit from National Geographic and Laser Pegs®. There are two dozen models to choose from, or let your imagination soar to the stars and engineer spaceships and robots of your own ...