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K'NEX 52 Model Building Set

Hey neighbors!

This is so neat!  I received a K'NEX 52 Model set (618 pieces) for review.  If you are a homeschooler, please keep reading.  If you have children, please keep reading!  This set is so much fun!

The 52 Model set is designed for children ages 7 and up.  It comes in one of their red plastic containers.  The thing I like most though is that it comes with 52 different models shown for your child to build, one a week!  Now of course most children I know will be able to build the smaller models much quicker than that.

My daughter and I built the Hummingbird, pretty easy, and then the dinosaur, a bit more difficult.  The model is divided into sections and you work on one section at a time.  Just look at the pictures and follow along.  It was pretty easy.

K'NEX have always been a favorite in our home.  It really comes in handy on a rainy or cold day when you need the children to settle down to some quiet play.  Although this set has 52 models to build, obviously imagination can take over and they can design their own models.

Be sure to follow K'NEX on their social media sites as they often have contests going on and it will allow you to stay on top of new products.  Facebook - HERE  Twitter - HERE  Pinterest - HERE 

For homeschoolers, be sure to check out their K'NEX Education page.  They have science projects and Sample Lesson Plans.  They have lessons from first grade through twelfth grade.

One neighbors will receive a K'NEX 52 Model Set, just like mine!  Hurry up and enter!  Thank you for stopping by today.  See you soon!

Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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andrea v said…
Simple Machines Deluxe looks fun but who doesn't love Lincoln logs
Kristen said…
I like the roller coaster.
Alina Hahn said…
My son wants the K'nex Plants vs. Zombies Pirate Seas Plank Walk Building Set
I like the Party Smashers Building Set.
D Cheatle said…
I love the Super Mario 3D World Set! How fun is that!!
Steph said…
I like the Jetpack Zombie Attack Building Set.
Sharon Schoepe said…
The Mini Golf set looks like a lot of fun
degood said…
My son really likes all the amusement park knex sets. He just finished building a double ferris wheel last weekend and has the Firestorm Freefall Coaster set on his Christmas wishlist.
Nina H said…
I love the roller coaster sets!
Coolestmommy said…
My kids would also like the Cosmic Quest Building Set.
tawndam said…
With my new granddaughter in mind... I like the KID K'NEX Organisms and Lifecycles... ;-)
LauraJJ said…
Oh I also really love the Exploring Wind & Water Energy set! Carter loves windmills and wind turbines and would go nuts being able to make them!
Jessica said…
Another set I love is the Thunderbolt Strike Rollercoaster Building Set. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! girlygirlugh at gmail dot com
Jessie Pearl said…
The ferris wheel set looks cool my daughter would like it.
Jill M said…
Love the Viper's Venom roller coaster building set :)

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