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DIY Unfinished Wood Wiggly Lizards

DIY Unfinished Wood Wiggly Lizards

IN-13778838

DIY Unfinished Wood Wiggly Lizards is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Make yourself a rad reptile! A must-have addition to kids’ crafts, these lizards can be decorated with paints and embellished with accents. Once completed, kiddos will spend hours playing with their finished DIY project. Perfect for Sunday School activities or arts and crafts lessons, these toys can be made to look like real lizards. Add a dot of paint to create some eyes, and voilà, your lizard is ready for playtime! (6 pcs. per unit) 8 3/4"

$ 11.99 6 Piece(s)

Rated 2 out of 5 by from Blind Sided by Lizard Purchase Dear Oriental Trading, I am a fifth grade teacher and have been purchasing the wooden lizards from your company for several years. I am always excited to give these lizards to my students since they are durable enough for the kids to paint, play with, and use throughout the rest of the year. These lizards were perfect because they relate to a novel we read in class. This year, however, I was greatly disappointed by the fact that the lizards do not have eyes. This one feature made them so realistic and my students were always thrilled with the end result of painting them. It is very difficult for some 5th grade students to put eyes on a lizard so it looks realistic. Some gave up completely and were disappointed in their creature when finished. Please take time to reconsider this change in the lizard composition and add that small detail back in. This decision will add to the self esteem of many young kids who realize they are able to create an amazing creature that looks so realistic compared to a creature that they just want to throw away because it is a mess with no definite facial features. Please allow these lizards to regain their sight and bring hours of joy and happiness to future generations of kids!!
Date published: 2018-01-01
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Where does the wood come from? Does it come from a sustainable forest?

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