What is it
Have hours of fun making different designs with this Hama Giant Open Gift Box.
This set contains 7,200 beads, 2 pegboards, 2 press pegboard, 1 press pen, 6 bead supports, 1 string, design sheet, instructions, ironing paper and storage tray with lid.
Children can develop their creativity by producing colourful bead designs on the plastic pegboards. The pegboards can be used again and again. The pegboards included in the set are a unicorn and a hexagon.
What our team of testers said
"So I've created it on the app, I am going to do it in real life now." - Girl aged 8
"Look at all the colours." - Boy aged 5
- Improves dexterity and hand-eye coordination
- Encourages creativity
- Develops shape, colour and pattern recognition
What our experts think
This giant Hama Beads set is an excellent way of encouraging children to get creative and experiment with different patterns and shapes. Our testers made lots of different creations and were excited to make the latest trends that Hama had provided which appealed to all of the children.
We liked that there was an option to also use the press pegboard as an alternative to ironing, as the children could get it out themselves and play without parental supervision. Our testers were able to make their creations independently and some of them enjoyed designing on the app first before creating it in real life, which was a nice addition. Creative sets like this are great for developing colour, shape and pattern recognition as children make different shapes and count how many beads are needed for each design.
- RRP: £25.00
- Brands: DKL
- Key Features:
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: Arts, crafts & creative kits
- Types of skills developed: Art & design
Categorisation & comparison
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Design & technology
Fine motor skills
Logic, strategy & problem solving
Memory, concentration & attention
Numeracy, counting & money
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Pincer grip and writing
Space and measure
Trial and error learning