Surprise Ride - Create a Polar Bear Habitat
SKU: FB332

Create a Polar Bear Habitat

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Embark on an expedition into the arctic!

Simple, step-by-step photo instructions guide young explorers along as they transform a small terrarium, water beads, and a piece of plexiglass into an amazing mini polar bear habitat.

It even comes with a realistic polar bear figurine!

Meanwhile, open up the included, full-color book to learn amazing facts, laugh at hilarious jokes, and delve into a thrilling short story about life as a polar bear.

Crafting and learning become an epic adventure with the Surprise Ride Create a Polar Bear Habitat kit!

Surprise Ride - Create a Polar Bear Habitat
  • Kit for making a mini polar bear habitat while learning about life as a polar bear
  • Encourages spatial reasoning, an interest in zoology
  • Step-by-step photo instructions make for an easy crafting experience
  • Full-color book is filled with fun facts, jokes, and a fascinating short story
  • Includes bowl, water beads, plastic terrarium, polar bear, plexiglass (polar bear ice), book, plus a fun keepsake
  • Detailed instructions included
  • High-quality materials - Exceptional craft-and-learn experience

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    Date Added to Fat Brain Toys 10/29/2018
    Manufactured In Multiple Countries
    Manufacturer Recommended Minimum Age 5 years
    Fat Brain Toys Monthly Sales Ranking #1026

    4.00 out of 5.00 based on 2 reviews.

    My Review of Surprise Ride - Create a Polar Bear Habitat

    It was great but I think she would rather have a Barbie doll.

    Donald Merchant - 05/21/2020

    My Review of Surprise Ride - Create a Polar Bear Habitat

    This was purchased for my daughter because of the closures of schools. She was having problems interacting with the new way of school during this time and she was also responsible to present 1 project a week to her class online. She was learning about habitats earlier in the school year and I thought that this would be a perfect project for her to do. She absolutely loved it. Her favorite was making real snow since she wants to see snow so bad and we live where there is no snow.

    Simone Helton - 04/20/2020