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This past fall we received a nativity set from One2Believe for review. The boys loved using this product and still have it out for occasional use over a month after Christmas.
The younger boys were tickled pink to have the Tales of Glory Noah’s Ark set arrive on our doorstep and could hardly wait for me to open the box. After unwrapping the plastic around all the animals and Noah, they were off and ‘playing’ with the set. The eldest even joined in the next day setting the stage for epic stories. Some of the recreations followed the Bible’s account. But, I’m still scratching my head over why the animals were hanging by their feet over the edge one day. Maybe they all became sea sick at the same time??
Unlike the Nativity set, this product has built in storage for all the pieces. It took a few minutes to figure out how to open the ark. Once we’d figured it out, the pieces could be placed inside for storage when not in active use. For a mom always on the quest for a clean house, this built in storage is a welcome feature. The ability to float is another feature that could provide hours of enjoyment. I just haven’t let the boys take it into the tub so far.
This set retails for $29.99 on the One2Believe site. Like many other products, this is recommended for children ages 3 and up. The boys like that the pieces are not as big and chunky as other play sets they’ve had over the years.
So, if you have young ones that would enjoy acting out the story of Noah, then this set might be a good addition to your family. You might just get a chuckle at their version of the story.