This week, we’ve teamed up with toymaker Basic Fun! UK to offer TEN lucky readers the chance to win a K’NEX Classics Cyborg Creatures building set!

What we love about K’NEX

K’NEX is a rod and connector building system that will have you thinking outside the blocks.

At UKMums.TV we also love how K’NEX readily supports learning at all stages of development, whilst helping to teach STEM-based concepts wrapped up in fun themes. The collection offers projects for every age group and skill level, which always build bigger than the box.

The K’NEX Classics kits are perfect for ages 5 and up. Each set comes with a clear, colour-coded instruction manual to build multiple models allowing children to build from their imaginations or follow a design. And a lot of the models have additional features like movement and motors to add to the fun!

What’s up for grabs?

Love the sound of K’NEX? We’ve got TEN K’NEX Classics Cyborg Creatures Building Sets to give away!

This brand-new set costs just £14.99 and comes with 196 pieces – everything kids will need to build 15 biomechatronic creatures. The designs include a gorilla, walrus, horse, jaguar, scorpion, frog, rhino and more…

Each super-cool biomechatronic creature features a detailed, futuristic design. And with the blue pipes and grey connecting pieces, one thing’s for sure… these awesomely realistic models will most certainly make an impact!

Build them, then display them. This K’NEX Classics Cyborg Creatures Building Set will provide endless entertainment for enthusiastic young builders. 

Here’s your chance to win

If you love the sound of the K’NEX Classics Cyborg Creatures Building Set, it’s available to buy now from Amazon.

Alternatively, for a chance to win 1 of the 10 sets up for grabs, correctly answer the question below before the closing date of Monday 3rd April 2023 at 15:30.

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Lorraine Walker at 5:42 AM

This looks amazing, my grandson would love it as he is always building models and taking them apart again to build something else.

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