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Wacky Wigglers 130 piece set is a great way to introduce your child to the world of gears.

Learning Resources Gears! Gears! Gears! Wacky Wigglers

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  • Kit contains pencils and pens, wiggly eyes, feathers, foam, rainbow and silver card and more. Full instructions included. Makes 6 wacky wigglers. Suitable for ages 3+

    5 years +
    The Wacky Wigglers Gears Building Toy is an award winning motorized gears construction set allowing to create whimsical moving creatures.

  • 5 years +
    The Wacky Wigglers Gears Building Toy is an award winning motorized gears construction set allowing to create whimsical moving creatures.

    5 years +
    The Wacky Wigglers Gears Building Toy is an award winning motorized gears construction set allowing to create whimsical moving creatures.

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    5 years +
    The Wacky Wigglers Gears Building Toy is an award winning motorized gears construction set allowing to create whimsical moving creatures.

Wacky Wigglers Mechanical Toy Set - National Geographic Store

I got this as a Christmas gift for my 6-year old as a more age-appropriate alternative to the massive lego sets that he was asking for (big brother is a major legomaniac.) We spent about an hour building one of the creations in the included booklet and it was a lot of fun. We were both able to put pieces together, although some of the gears required a little finessing/jiggling to fit into place. The end product was really cool -- it had a lot of different components flashing and clicking, and with the motorized movement it was quite a spectacle. (One drawback -- if your batteries die, you can't push the wacky wiggler back and forth manually.) The connecting pieces are hard to separate when you are ready to disassemble -- big hands are definitely needed. The pieces are a good size and color that keeps them from getting lost under the fridge and such (does that only happen at our house?)