Gundammmaaaa for kids

Assembling GunPla is my kids’ newest craze. Gundam Plastic is a Japanese plastic models which comes in parts and need to be cut and put together. It comes with a super detailed instructions and sometimes stickers for certain models. Instructions must be followed properly and also right tools should he used.

Gundam is definitely a toy for the big boys. It takes a lot of patience to build one, but a creative mind to visualize the by-product. For this same reason I want my kids to try and get their hands and mind busy with this. By doing this they learn to be patient, to control their excitement, and to follow instructions. And of course it takes them away from the screen for at least a few ours.

As first timers they are doing Gundam SD and Petit’G Guy HG. They were able to finish it help Dad’s help.

Video below.

 

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16 thoughts on “Gundammmaaaa for kids

  1. We use to play with Gundams too, pero sobrang mahal nila At nawawala pa ung mga parts (my kids dont know how to take care of their toys) kaya I chose to buy disposable and cheaper toys nalang hehe

    Nice bonding moment pero minsan nakakainis pg di mabuo hehehe

  2. Ooh, this is definitely an interesting hobby for the kids and kids at heart. I think this is similar to building some lego worlds, except that you don’t need to cut your materials with lego, although some come with stickers too.

    Will definitely check this out for my son, perhaps he’d like it too. 🙂

  3. I have my Gundam moments when I was younger, but it was more like reading the manga and touching my cousin’s collections. I couldn’t have them because they were expensive. Glad that your children are enjoying it. They are blessed to have parents like you willing to let their kids experience iconic toys!

  4. I have a friend who assembles and even modifies gunpla and I must say, this hobby is soooo beyond me. The kit is intimidating, the parts too small, the manual nakakahilo, basta! Hats off to your kids for being interested in this craft, makes for good bonding session din! 🙂

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