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Capitol Hill 3-D Model
This generously sized model measures about 20" long, 9" wide, and 7.75" high when complete and includes detailed instructions to ensure success.

About 3-D Historic Buildings
Don't just read about them - build them! New to the homeschool market, CubicFun 3-D Puzzles are ingenious supplements to any American history study. Made of pre-cut paper and reinforced by foam board, they are easy to assemble without any tools; simply slide the slotted pieces together. Finished models are elegant representations of the real government buildings. Includes detailed instructions to ensure success.

Finished model measures a generous 20" long, 9" wide, and 7.75" high.

  • 118 pieces
  • No tools required
  • Made in China


    CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3yrs.

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    Fun display for our American History May 31, 2012
    Reviewer: Erin  
    I still have my display up from last year when we learned about American History. A parent needs to help separate the pieces when you first open the box. It is very important to keep the right little parts and throw away the other parts. There are a LOT of little punch out pieces that should not be done by littles. I had to use a pencil to get several of these out. They become the tab inserts. The thing that makes them slightly hard to get out is the fact that the puzzle itself is fairly thick, which makes it so sturdy and solid. Everything is numbered to make it easy; it's not just doing a puzzle unless you don't look at the numbers. I find this to be more of a craft rather than a puzzle. Still can't bring myself to take it apart, it's so pretty just sitting on the shelf!

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