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Create & Learn 9-Piece Children's Tool Set w/ 2 Project Kits EXPIRED

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Walmart has Create & Learn 9-Piece Children's Tool Set w/ 2 Project Kits for $14.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks SaltyOne

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Includes:
  • 2 Project Kits (Coin Bank + Tic-Tac-Toe)
  • 6' Tape Measure
  • 10" Ruler
  • 2x 3/4" Clamps
  • Safety Glasses
  • 4oz Claw Hammer
  • 1/4" Slotted Screwdriver
  • #2 Phillips Screwdriver
  • 12-1/2" Tool Box (Blue & Green)
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Free Pickup or Free Shipping on $35+Includes:
  • 2 Project Kits (Coin Bank + Tic-Tac-Toe)
  • 6' Tape Measure
  • 10" Ruler
  • 2x 3/4" Clamps
  • Safety Glasses
  • 4oz Claw Hammer
  • 1/4" Slotted Screwdriver
  • #2 Phillips Screwdriver
  • 12-1/2" Tool Box (Blue & Green)
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FYI: The tools are real, not toys.
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For ages 5 and up.
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FYI: The tools are real, not toys.
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For ages 5 and up.
Thanks.
Very helpful for ignoramuses like me. Time saver.
I wish all OPs would include this info prominently.
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I've bought these on clearance a few times in the past. The tools include vary a bit. The tools are real and useable.
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Very helpful for ignoramuses like me. Time saver.
I wish all OPs would include this info prominently.
Given that they're real tools, I feel like it's more of a subjective guideline. You should know whether you feel comfortable giving your child a claw hammer, whether > or < 5 years old. It's a case by case basis
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Given that they're real tools, I feel like it's more of a subjective guideline. You should know whether you feel comfortable giving your child a claw hammer, whether > or < 5 years old. It's a case by case basis
Definitely subjective. But having the recommended age is a good starting point. If it was for 10+, I wouldn't even look at it. As it is, I was looking for a feisty 5+. Upon scrutiny, I gave it a pass. It's good value, but just not the right product for him.
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Probably a safer bet than the bradnailer I got my 2yr old son. Wife got nailed, still a bit butthurt. She'll get over it but her left eye wont. I'll see myself out.
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I was interested, then I thought about what a 5-year old could do with a solid metal claw-hammer (even a small one) and backed off.
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I was interested, then I thought about what a 5-year old could do with a solid metal claw-hammer (even a small one) and backed off.
Lol I'm worried about them banging plastic hammer on a drywall...metal one? I'd pass out. Jokes apart these would be great kit for when parents are there to guide them and closely monitor while building these projects. But once they are done, the tools need to be put in safe place away from kids. I've seen some parents just give their kids as toys and that's scary as hell to me.
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Or you could teach your children to use and respect tools in the correct ways, and that they are not toys. My 3 and 5 year olds each have their own tool box that comes out when we do projects together.
Pretty tough to pound a nail with plastic hammer.
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Walmart kills the deal
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