Playmobil toys combine education and excitement for youngsters. The sets are designed to introduce eras, settings and cultures to little minds while allowing them to be creative and imaginative. In addition, the toys are designed to snap together easily and intuitively for the children to develop hand coordination and spatial concepts. The 5725 set is the "Knight's Castle." This set has armoured knights, adorned horses and a castle complete with draw bridge and ladders. Work with your child and build a magical world of Old England.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Place the two castle pieces so they are at a 45 degree angle to each other, with the drawbridge on the right-hand side. Push the two castle pieces into the large spire-tower.
Let the child snap the doors and drawbridge into position. They snap onto the hinges by pushing the plastic rods into the hinge. Push the draw bridge open and closed to show the child how it works. Snap the tower window into position using the same snap technique.
Push the knight's helmets to the heads. The Playmobil humans have a recessed headline designed to hold hats, helmets and hair pieces. Push the helmet onto the head to secure into position. Place the various swords and jousts in the hands of the knights with the snap system like the doors.
Place the stickers and decorations out for the child to decide how to decorate the castle. Let the child's imagination dictate the placement of the stickers, thus allowing growth with spatial situations.
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