Awhile ago, we bought this thing online for Queen E’s birthday. Several cancelled orders later (because no one wanted to ship it), the pieces arrived. Added bonus: saved us getting a Lego set. I am guilty of calling Scratch projects and Ikea assembly instructions Lego sets. Everything’s a Lego set. Or a jigsaw. Like, all those little kiddie pretend building sets they sell for tonnes of money (and convenience) and the there’s lotsa real-life stuff you can use..
Over here we have
under-utilised cheap free child labour to assemble furniture (NO glass; those are child-safe mirrors).
But Queen E did quite a bit with the alan key.
The instructions are quite comprehensive, the kids could search the parts for those little alphabet stickers… we put Queen E on Alphabet Location Detail… but we still ended up having to reassemble this thing a couple times. Ok fine, I held stuff up while they reassembled. And bickered about reading the instructions wrong.
Ps: I just got back. In a manner of speaking. Been awhile, my marbles were elsewhere.