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My boys have taken an affinity for the older cartoons that myself and my husband grew up watching. I'm assuming because they've watched them since they were little and it's just something they know. One of their favorites is Scooby-Doo, and who doesn't love that crime solving scaredy-
cat dog. They haven't had many Scooby-Doo toys at all over the years, mostly because there just wasn't many to choose from. So when Revell asked me to check out their Scooby-Doo Snaptite Model Kit, I just knew I had to check it out.
My four-year-old and my husband were home when it came in, so they sat down to put it together. My four year old was able to snap together Scooby, Shaggy & Velma, but my husband had to help out and put together the bi-plane.
- Highly detailed bi-plane
- 3 Characters ready to fly (Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, & Velma)
- Fun & bright model design
The directions were easy to follow and my 8-year-old has no problem putting it back together after his little brother destroys it crashes it.
So needless to say, every time Scooby-Doo comes on he has to bring out his toys to play along with the show. We hear quite a bit up "wrut-wro" "Yikes" and "will you do it for a Scooby snack?"
I love that Snaptite made a buildable Scooby toy that my boys can use their imagination & problem-solving skills to play with.