Ever seen a square bubble? Build basic 3-D shapes to dip into soap solution and create amazing bubbles. Full color instructions make bubble-sculpting a breeze.
72 parts: 12 white nodes, 12 each of 3 lengths blue struts, 4 each of 3 lengths yellow struts and 4 each of 3 lengths red struts, and step-by-step color instructions packed in a convenient plastic jar. Instructions include a bubble recipe using ordinary dishwashing soap (not included).
Winner of the 2005 Parents Choice Award
Oppenheim Toy Portfolio: Gold Seal Award 2000
Dr. Toy: Best Vacation Children's Products 1999
Child Magazine: The Year's Top Toys 1999
Family Life Magazine: 20 Great Toys for Under $20 1999
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The toy is interesting because it makes something that the kids haven't seen before. They use it a lot and mom finds it nice that it uses dish soap and water rather then having to buy bubble mix in the bottle. The only problem that we have found with this product is that it isnt very sturdy. Sometimes I am afraid to let the kids play with it on their own for fear that it might break.
I got this for my 6 year old son for Christmas. He tried it once or twice and really had a lot of fun with it. Unfortunately, he hasn't played with it again and its been a few months now. I think that if I got it back out, he would probably want to play with it again. It just isn't a toy he gets out on his own.
We really liked the straw that it came with to blow the bubbles up in the middle of the creation.
I purchased one for my 4 year old and a friend's 7 years old. This toy is see a lot of play time at both houses. We have to help my son, but he loves seeing the different shapes the bubbles can take on. At the other house...all of the kids even the 12 year old want to play with this. They are able to easily change the shapes on their own.
My 7 year old son loves this toy. He can easily change it's shape, he blows the bubbles into different shapes and it keeps him buzy for hours. The directions give visual picture shape ideas that are easy to follow yet the possibilities are endless, so it encourages his imagination and creativity.
Loves the toy....
Posted 12/28/2010 by JANELLE ANNE HOLT
My 7 yo loves this toy. He hasn't built the example in the instructions, but prefers to build whatever he wants.
His birthday and Christmas are only days a part, so this is one of several toys. He hasn't played with it a lot, but it is such a classic design, I am sure he will come back to it.
I love that it can be built again and again into different shapes. Not like lego-where you build once and then you are done.
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