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This is a GREAT gift!
About Me Education Oriented, First Time Parent
Comments about Primary Science Colour Mixing Glasses:
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Colour Mixing Glasses
from kingston UK
About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children
A brilliant educational gift I brought for my son' friend who turned 5 recently. I was told he did not put them down for over an hour and since then I have purchased 4 more as presents and one for my son. The glasses are perfect for this age range (4-5) as the children are in reception class learning about mixing colours.
My kid love this.
I would buy this for Christmas gifts. I think all kids would love this.
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My son loves these!
By Mom of 3
from Grayslake, IL
About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children, Working Parent
The second my 4 year old son saw these in the catalog he had to have them! When the box arrived he could not wait to open them. He played with them for almost an hour that day, changing the colors in both lenses, then different colors in each lens. He loves these!
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Fun for a 3 year old
This would be a great stocking stuffer if removed from the enormous packaging it came in or if it came with a carrying case. My 3 year old loves them but knew the color combinations, etc. within about 15 minutes so I'm not sure this would really be loved by most children of age 5 or older.The glasses do come apart if your child is destructive like mine is (the ways the pieces of the blue section of the glasses are put together is a little flimsy), but they are easy to reassemble.
Great fun! But no storage case :(
from Yukon, Canada
About Me Education Oriented
This is a very good toy for children to learn about primary and complementary colours. However, practically speaking, the glasses and lens should come in a small storage case to avoid loss or breakage.