40-Piece Kid's Tools Set Drill Box Pretend Play for Toddlers Boys and Girls

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40-Piece Kid's Tools Set Drill Box Pretend Play for Toddlers Boys and Girls
  • Blue Panda Kid's Tools Set - 40- Piece Toddler Drill Box Pretend Play Construction Accessories with Case for Imaginative Play, Halloween Dress Up, School Play for Boys and Girls
  • HOURS OF PRETEND PLAY: The set includes electric drill, handsaw, hammer, paper knife, 2 wrenches, measuring tape, plier, 6 nuts, 6 screws, screw driver, cross screw driver, files, leveling instruments, drills, and angel square. With 40 unique pieces, this tool set offers great imaginative play for your child.
  • BUILT FOR PLAY: Plastic and sturdy tools are designed to stand up to kids' enthusiastic play
  • SKILL BUILDING: Kids can be construction workers, builders, and handyman and learn to build and create things. It helps develop kids' speech skills, motor skills, and hand-eye coordination.
  • STORAGE INCLUDED: Clear toolbox adds to the fun and keeps the tools organized.
  • DIMENSIONS: Largest piece measures: 6.375 x 0.25 x 4 inches; Smallest piece measures: 1.5 inch diameter x 0.5 inch height.
  • Inspire your child's imagination while building essential skills with this 40-piece kid's toy tool box set. Designed for children 3 and older, this set lets kids pretend to do repair and maintenance projects for hours of inventive play. It includes everything from a hammer, screwdriver and wrench to a handsaw, goggles and measuring tape. It also comes with a workbench that is easy to assemble, a drill that rotates and makes realistic sounds (2 AA batteries required, not included), and a toolbox to keep it all together. With everything your child needs for imaginative play, the kid's tools set is perfect for construction-themed parties or playtime any day and provides educational entertainment.
  • ⚠ WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Styrene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov