Tobar Tap Tap Art Reviews
Product Type: Tobar Art / Craft
Newest Review: ... and green. They each have a hole in the centre where the tack goes, this is plenty big enough for the tack. The shapes are a ... more
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Customer Tobar Tap Tap Art Reviews (2)
by - written on 03/02/13, updated on 05/02/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
At the pre-school I work at we have tap tap art as we have done for years. I absolutely hate this toy. Children love to tap them with the hammer though. Tap tap art includes 126 wooden shapes (not that i've counted, i'll have to trust the box), 100 tacks (which is a little strange as there is more shapes than tacks), 1 cork board, 1 wooden hammer and 14 ideas cards. The shapes come in a variety of shapes and colours. These include circles, squares, triangles, rectangles, semi-circles and in the colours of red, blue, yellow and green. They each have a hole in the centre where the tack goes, this is plenty big enough for the tack. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/10, updated on 29/12/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Thank you Dooyoo for adding this suggestion for me, I was surprised to not already find it on here. What is Tap Tap Art? It is a picture building set using wooden, tacs and a hammer. It is made by and can be viewed at www.tobar.co.uk. My son got this from me as a Christmas present after he had enjoyed playing with one at a friends house. I had never seen them before but apparently some schools and preschools have them. I paid £9 on ebay for it which included postage. On their own website they are £9 and also noticed Early learning centre sell them at £10. The age suggested is from 4years of age but honestly my son just turned 5 this ... Read the complete review
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