ELC Tap A Shape Reviews
Product Type: ELC Child Development
Description:Brand: ELC / Type: Shapes / Age: 4 Years+
Newest Review: ... behind my sister's wardrobe which meant a lot of time was spent trying to find these tiny tacks. If you do have any small ... more
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Early Learning Centre - Tap A Shape
Tap A Shape with cork board, hammer, tacks and shapes.Not suitabl ...
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
Customer ELC Tap A Shape Reviews (3)
by - written on 20/05/12 (Very useful, 148 readings)
When my sister was around 6 years old, I was looking for a present that was quite arts and craftsy but not a one time use like some of the bracelet or painting sets. Then on a sale in the Early Learning Centre, I managed to pick up this set for around £4 when its recommended price was £6 as it looked much more interesting than the others and something an older child would enjoy more. It did come in a pretty decent box when we got it, but as the times have gone on, it became very flimsy and tore a bit at the sides. This led to some of the pieces falling out occasionally behind my sister's wardrobe which meant a lot of time was spent trying to find these tiny ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/10, updated on 26/06/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I remember this type of toy from when I was little and I think quite possibly at school! That has to be about 24 years ago! Eeeeeek! My son received some money for his fourth birthday and we were shopping in Mothercare. For those of you that don't know many Mothercare branches now have an Early Learning Centre in there too. I have always been a fan of ELC-I think that their toys are well made and fun and more often than not worth the slightly more expensive price tag that accompanies them. It was on this shopping trip that we came across the tap a shape set which was selling for eight pounds. It comes in a red cardboard box and its predominant feature is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/10 (Very useful, 165 readings)
Tap a shape is a great creative kit with a bit of a difference from making pictures with pencil and paper. I remember having it as a child and now my children have it. After seeing it in the nursery school they went to and the amount of fun my son had hitting it with the small hammer I decided we should have one at home. It contains a cork board which is about the size of an A4 piece of paper (maybe slightly smaller). The colourful blocks included are all different shapes and sizes and yellow, green, red and blue. The shapes are your usual squares, triangles and circles as well as petals, semi-circles and crescent shapes. They all have a small hole in the ... Read the complete review
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