Monday, November 15, 2010

TOS Review: Tomahawk Kit


I was excited to receive a Tomahawk craft kit from Corps of Re-Discovery as a part of the TOS Crew. Both of my kids really enjoy putting together crafts like the ones available from Corps of Re-Discovery, and the fact that these crafts can tie into our history lessons is a bonus.

Corps of Re-Discovery is a family owned and run business that seeks to help young people "re-discover" history through high quality projects that enhance the child's study of American Indians, Pioneer and Colonial times and Frontiersmen.

Corps of Re-Discovery has a range of products from Tomahawk and Moccasin kits to candle dipping and clothespin doll kits, and are very reasonably priced. The Tomahawk kit is only $5.50, and if you are currently studying American Indians, can really enhance the learning experience and make it fun for your child.

The Tomahawk kit comes with a soft leather blade, making it safe for children to play with, a wooden handle and leather lace to assemble it. The materials are very sturdy. Children can also decorate the handle to their liking with paints (not included).

Overall, my kids really enjoyed putting this kit together. It was a bit simplistic since they chose not to decorate the handle at all, but the enjoyment was still there. Also several of the other kits on their site seemed like they would be fun for my kids as well.

If you are interested in these types of products, visit their website and check out what they have to offer!

Disclaimer: I received this product free of charge in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any way and all opinions are mine.


1 comment:

Sheri said...

You are right-the other projects are very neat too. The coin purse is easy to do and serves a lovely purpose :0). Glad your kids had fun doing this. Nice review.

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