Building a model airplane can prevent the kind of boredom that leads young children to glue their siblings into geometric shapes. Avoid brother octagons with today’s deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of hobby supplies, games, and toys at HobbyTown USA.
HobbyTown USA occupies hands and stimulates minds of all ages with sundry games, models, paints, and educational toys. The shop assigns junior-pilot licenses with its model F-14 Tomcat Black Bunny, a built-up die-cast fighter jet ($14.98), as well as creative licenses with an eight-color, gloss-enamel paint set ($12.15). Balsa fins help the 17-inch Aerospace One Fighter Escort rocket kit ($14.99) to soar up to 500 feet when strapped to an A6-4 single rocket motor ($3.39). With the 21-piece, 6-in-1 educational solar kit, brains construct neural bonds using modeling glue and customers assemble six battery-less toys, from windmills to airboats, while learning about solar energy ($19.95). The classic ant farm introduces a slice of nature to the home ($15.49), and a 1,000-piece Asian Rainforest puzzle keeps rainy days interesting by depicting a different, more colorful rainy day ($14.49).
1108 Park Manor Blvd.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205