Civil War Confederate Army (Super Toob)

Civil War Confederate Army (Super Toob)

# 001642

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Item #: 001642
Grades: PK-AD

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  • Small parts Not for children under 3 yrs.

Publisher Description:

  • 11 pieces per TOOB®. Contents Cannot Be Purchased Individually.
  • Ready to re-enact some history? This set of miniature Civil War Confederate Army soldiers lets children learn about this important conflict with a hands-on, tactile approach. Great for school projects!
  • Characteristics: This TOOB features highly detailed and accurate minifigures representing the Union Army of the American Civil War. Includes 11 figures: a kneeling Corporal, a kneeling Rifleman, charging Private, a charging Sergeant, a rifle-loading Infantryman, a rifle-loading Private, a Cannon Loader, a Cannon, a Captain, the Captain’s Cavalry Horse, and a Tree Trunk.
  • Size and Color: Each Super TOOB is 13 inches long and two inches wide, a little larger than a standard American ruler. The figures within measure up to three inches in height. The soldiers feature gray jackets and hats of the Confederacy with light blue, gray and light brown pants and black boots and belts. The captain’s horse is white with light brown mane and tail.
  • The Civil War Confederate Army Super TOOB® is part of the Super TOOBS® collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free

  • Category Description for Safari, Ltd. History Toobs:

    Don't like how Pocahontas ended? Wish ancient Egypt had been a little different? Well, now you can make your own story with the characters in these toobs! Sail the Seven Seas with pirates, or grab your six-shooter and head for the Wild West! Each toob has approximately 12 multi-colored sturdy plastic pieces, either characters or equipment. Each character is between 1 and 3 inches tall, with equipment proportionately-sized. ~ Janine

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    My 10 year old nephew sent me link for Christmas
    Stacy J on Nov 20, 2021
    My 10 year old nephew sent me link for Christmas
    Stacy J on Nov 20, 2021
    We needed this set to go with the Union set. Our 9 year old enjoys hours of play reconstructing famous battles.
    Glenda P on Nov 17, 2021
    We needed this set to go with the Union set. Our 9 year old enjoys hours of play reconstructing famous battles.
    Glenda P on Nov 17, 2021
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    Rated 5 out of 5
    Great toy for supplementing the history studies. My kids love to play whatever they’re learning. My boys love these!
    January 4, 2022
    9 months ago
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Great Detail!
    My son, who is 10, loves them. The details are great! He only wishes there were more soldiers in the box.
    October 26, 2020
    1 year ago
    Rated 5 out of 5
    This is a wonderful series of books for a number of reasons: built-in vocabulary building being the top of my list However Jess only read the first four and in book five The Austere Academy chapter nine presents homeschooling as the dire consequence of flunking out of Prufrock Prep (page 148-149) I would like to give Lemony Snicket the benefit of the doubt and say the point was not meant to be an insult to homeschooling as a last chance for flunking students but rather Count Olaf's excuse to get his hands on the children However on page 151 the threat of Olaf becoming coach teacher and guardian all in one is referred to as a "free ride" On the same page Violet says "Coach Genghis (Olaf's latest disguise) won't homeschool us he'll do something much worse" When I read 'much worse ' I assume the thing named is 'bad' so that 'worse' describes the unnamed something by continued degree There are no statements in the book defending homeschoolingI still like these books but I would have liked to have seen the author use a little more tact in this particular book
    December 16, 2003

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