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MakeDo Find and Make Elephant
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MakeDo Find and Make Elephant

Turn paper cups, plastic bottles, lids and other household packaging into your own character-full elephant.

Find materials from around the home and make your very own friendly elephant using guided instructions.

The Makedo Find & Make Elephant kit gives you all the tools, reusable connectors and stickers you need to create and decorate a boxy little pachyderm, full of personality and charm.

A great way to learn about recycling, this simple kit enables any cardboard boxes, paper tubes, cups and plates to become a happy looking elephant friend.

The kit includes a plastic safe-saw for punching holes in thick cardboard or plastic and cutting it down to size; and the clever re-clips and lock-hinges let you connect materials together quickly and easily.

Now you can head out on safari with your trusty reclaimed material companion.

Makedo parts are reusable so next time create a different elephant for hours and hours of fun.

What's included:

  • 33 reusable parts •15 re-clips™ (15 pins + 15 clips)

  • 2 lock-hinges™

  • 1 safe-saw™

  • elephant and jungle safari inspired sticker sheets

  • step-by-step instructions and an inspiration poster

You also so need:

  • 1 cardboard box

  • 4 coffee cups and 2 lids

  • 1 plastic tray

  • 1 paper plate

  • 1 cardboard tube

  • thin cardboard

  • 1 hour building time,  hours for playing

  • Help from an adult if you're under 7

  • Playful creativity and imagination

Makedo is a connector system that enables materials including cardboard, plastic and fabric to easily join together to form new objects or structures.

When you’re done playing, simply pull it apart to reuse over and over again.

All ages (5+)

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

See MAKEDO on YouTube HERE.

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