Ravensburger Peppa Pig Junior Mandala Review.

 Today i have another great review for you.

This is the Peppa Pig Junior Mandala from Ravensburger.



 
We were lucky that this came on Saturday so the kiddies got to do this with their dad on fathers day.



The Mandala sets encouraging the development of fine motor skills, concentration and self confidence as they play. 



Pop a sheet of paper between the drawing frame and the template, and you are ready to draw around the shapes. Turn the stencil inside the base tray and draw again … Each stencil is marked with arrows, which allows you to rotate the stencil inside the frame one sixteenth of a rotation. This unique mechanism helps you to create some lovely symmetrical designs. 



Once you’ve finished drawing, then colour the designs in and you have it – a finished mandala design! You can even cut around the design and use your unique mandalas to decorate anything from placemats, photo frames and gift boxes to book covers and party favours. With an infinite number of possible designs that can be created, Mandala-Designer will accompany your child on a brightly coloured journey of imagination and creation.

This set comes with the Mandala station,stencil, paper,3 colored pencils and a nice pen which is good for  kids as it is really tough.

The kiddies enjoyed doing the drawings and choosing which designs they wanted but then got their dad to help with the colouring.



I think they all did a great job and it was lovely for them to enjoy this on fathers day with their dad.
This set is really great,I noticed how much they were concentrating on which design they wanted take the one above the 2 circle lines were first and then hubs asked them to choose which they thought would be nice to make it look really good,It went from there first adding the design in between the circle lines then the hearts and the little circles.They have spent a good few hours playing with this and figuring out how many arrows they should leave in between each design.

This set is priced at £9.99 which i feel is worth it as all you need to do in future is add more paper and if you want to add different color pencils you can.
Aimed at ages 4+.

This will be available to buy in July at which time i will put up a link where to buy for your all.

So what are your thoughts on this from what you can see?.

49 comments:

  1. I had something similar when I was a kid. It was called a spirograph and I used to love that thing!

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    1. Now that you mention it I do remember having something like this growing up.

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  2. I love those types of things, my youngest hates doing anything art because he thinks his looks horrible. This would help to teach him how to be a little creative with a little help so it turns out how he wants.

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  3. Spirograhs were cool! But those were seriously abstract and creative. Spin art was fun, too. I think these are very measured and good for kids that need it just so.

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  4. I used to have something like this when I was younger and loved it. Your creations are quite awesome.

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  5. My toddler has seen Peppa Pig a few times and while it's not one of her favorite shows she seems to enjoy it. This looks like a lot of fun and she may enjoy this.

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  6. That's really neat how that works! And who doesn't love Peppa Pig?!

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  7. This is really cute and looks fun! My son would love it. He's been into Peppa Pig books lately.

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  8. That looks like fun and the only way I could draw something that everyone would recognize.

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  9. Great design. I like this and lets kids be artsy.

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  10. That looks like fun. I love doing activities like that. Those are a great help for someone like myself who is creative challenged.

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  11. I had something similar to that when I was a kid. So much fun! I have no idea who Peppa Pig is, but certainly cute! Chrystal @ YUMeating.com

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  12. I had something like that when I was younger. WHat a fun toy!

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  13. Oh that is cute! I can see hours of fun with this thing if I was 5 years old

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  14. Looks amazing. I am actually in the market for some stencils for my little on. I am looking forward to the link in july.

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  15. My daughter loves Peppa Pig so much, it's all that she watches; she would love this!

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  16. That looks like something I would have been all about when I was a kid!

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  17. How fun! Love that is't no-tech and encouragesthe use of imagination!

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  18. Oh that is so sweet <3 what a lovely idea. x

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  19. Wow! This is a great tool for arts and craft. It’ll encourage kids to be creative and may even inspire them to start drawing. I love the fact that you did this on the Father's Day. I’m sure your dad of the family had a great time with your kids. :)

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  20. That looks like a lot of fun! Similar to the old spirographs, and something my boys would love.

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  21. My daughter would love this as it is artsy! Amber N

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  22. My daughter would love this! She is big on drawing and painting- I need to get this for her.

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  23. Oh this looks like so much fun. It reminds me of something I had when I was a kid, my three kiddos would love to add this product to their crafting drawers, for sure!

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  24. I love these type of toys. Kids can make wonderful art work and explore their artsy side. I had one of these type toys when I was young too.

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  25. Cool. My kids would like this. They both like Peppa Pig. They think the fact that they snort is funny!

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  26. I had something similar to this when I was little. Absolutely love this!

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  27. Peppa the pig is so cute, and this looks like a really fun item. I'll have to check it out for my boys.

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  28. We have the videos and love them! This is a cute set, my kids would have fun

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  29. This is very cute! My son would enjoy making pictures with it!

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  30. This is really cool. I like how it helps kids be creative but keep the area neat.

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  31. those are so cute!! I love the idea!

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  32. How cool! I think I would enjoy this as much as my child. This is very original...I don't think I've seen any other art product like it. Thanks for sharing!

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  33. This is adorable! My students make mandalas all the time!

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  34. I used to love stenciling and tracing as a kid! I bet the kids had so much fun with this one!

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  35. I used to love tracing and stenciling as a kid! I bet the kids had a blast with this one!

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  36. My daughter loves to trace and "draw" - and she loves peppa pig! It's a win-win.

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  37. That looks fun! It's sure to keep little ones busy this summer.

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  38. Oh what a cool stencil! My boys loves stencil art :D

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  39. What a cool idea! I do mandalas with my patients at work. Art therapy is amazing!

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  40. Cute! I have a couple of girl birthdays coming up and I know they would love this! Peppa Pig is a favorite here, but my son's not much into drawing.

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  41. What a neat stencil based game for the kids. Definitely promotes patience and eye hand coordination.

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  42. This is great. I love that it helps to promote fine motor skills and allows kids to use their creativity.

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  43. My daughter would love this. What fun stencils it offers.

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  44. Pepa Pig is so cute and this looks so fun!

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  45. This looks so neat. . .kind of like a spirogram from my childhood. I love mandalas!

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  46. So fun. It does remind me of a toy I used to have. Funny how vintage toys are making a comeback.

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  47. Now that is cool, I am working with my daughter on different shapes so this would be cool for her!

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  48. I had something like this when I was little. My son would love this now.

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