10 Commandments For Kids Craft Kit
would not purchase again
the parts do not fit well together. It was difficult for children to assemble.
November 18, 2013
OK with alterations
After reading the other reviews I was worried, but this craft worked well for us only because we looked at it ahead of time and decided what we would need to change to make it work. The craft sticks were too long (and some were bent) so we left the one on the bottom off, putting just the strip of grass there. We used a small cardboard cross (NOT included) which we attached with a glue dot (NOT included) instead of constructing the craft stick cross included in the kit which called for glue. Also, we used a foam strip (NOT included) to attach the cord instead of gluing it as was specified in the directions. Although missing pieces were provided with the kits, they were not the ones that were actually missing OR the most essential ones (such as the stained glass window) - extras of EVERY kind of sticker should be included. The printing was not exactly straight but it was legible.
June 24, 2013
Pieces and parts missing, parts not glued as designed. Had a lot of frustration on the kids part b/c nothing went together as it was supposed to.
June 28, 2012
Great idea, flimsy and not open to all religions
I bought this thinking that anyone who believes in the Old Testament could use it. I was very disappointed that there were at least three spots where the cross was displayed making it inappropriate for my family. It would have been so easy to skip the crosses and make this project accessible to others.
Also, the sticky stuff didn't stick well and the fact that the craft sticks were not all flat on one surface made the adhering even more difficult.
Such a great idea but needs work.
April 9, 2012
Glad I purchased it
I bought this as a project for my 3 grandchildren. My only objection is that I had to purchase 12. I will see if the sunday School at my church can use the remainder. I like these commandments because children can understand them and apply them to their lives.
June 28, 2011