The perfect crafty New Zealand souvenir for little travellers, this set helps to teach about the New Zealand Marae while they put together a 3D model. Featuring a wooden printed wharenui and little people in traditional kapa haka outfits, children can have fun as they learn about the concepts of a marae. This is a great learning resource to include before or after a marae visit which is an essential for all New Zealand children as they learn about New Zealand's indigenous culture. Included in the pack is 2 sheets of balsa wood printed and cut. The child can easily press these pieces out and assemble the wharenui. There are pictorial instructions on the back of the box on how to put it together. It is simple to put together but due to small parts it is not suitable for children under 3 years old. After putting it together children will then be able to play with it and the characters included. This play will help to extend their learning and normalise the process of marae protocol.