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Build, Colour and Play with your Fantasies

What is it that helps children express themselves? Apart from language and emotions, studies have proven that kids also need creativity to express themselves. Arts, crafts, pretend play, building models, help them to work out their emotions, experiences and help them find their own solutions. Besides they also practice their fine motor skills.

We at Angel in a Crib are constantly working towards getting world class juvenile products into the Indian market. Our latest collection being Calafant Cardboard toys which children can build, paint / decorate and then play with. 
Turn play time into green time with these earth-friendly models. Made from recycled, sturdy cardboard, covered with smooth white paper, these models come ready to assemble and personalize. Decorate it with paint, markers, crayons or find materials around the house or outside. 


A great activity for birthday parties, preschools and daycare centers or to carry along on your travels. A thoughtful gift for a child in your life. The durable construction will promote hours of creative fun and may be recycled when needed. All Calafant models are designed in Germany and made of high-quality, recyclable cardboard. All pieces are pre-cut and pre-punched. They can be put together without glue and scissors thanks to a clever fold-and-slot system.


Calafant models are available in 3 sizes -

Level 1 - Small sized models for younger children

  • Made from amazingly sturdy cardboard
  • Preprinted to painting and pasting
  • 6 non-toxic washable markers included
  • No glue or scissors needed to put together
  • An illustration model is included with each toy.

Level 2 - Medium sized models that tell a story

  • Made from amazingly sturdy cardboard
  • Preprinted to painting and pasting
  • 12 non-toxic washable markers included
  • No glue or scissors needed to put together
  • An illustration model is included with each toy.

Level 3 - Large sized models with a blank canvas
  • Made from amazingly sturdy cardboard
  • Blank canvas that can be painted or decorated with paper, glitter, aluminium foil or any material you like
  • No markers included
  • No glue or scissors needed to put together
  • An illustration model is included with each toy.


Here are some ideas to help you get started. These are some models made and decorated by children from different parts of the world. 


Comments

  1. This looks like a fun thing to do during the summer holidays, especially if there are siblings or cousins around!

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    1. It is! Brings back memories of my days spent with my cousins during vacations.

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  2. I've often wished that I could recapture the freedom of expression that I had as a child. I was creative, and it was boundless. My adult life has really taken a toll on that gift.
    I'm visiting from the A to Z challenge list. My team's poetry blog is at Poetry of the Netherworld.

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    1. It is still never too late. Thank you for stopping by and will visit your team's blog soon.

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