Complete starter set for a one-day Thinking with Hands® workshop with one trainer and 6 participants
* plus VAT / plus shipping costs
With the starter set, which comprises 1 Trainer Kit and 6 User Kits, you have everything you need for your Thinking with Hands® work shop with 6 participants.
Tip: For workshops lasting several days we recommend an additional User Kit in case the participants use up the materials supplied and need further materials. Bear in mind that each participant should start with the same basic materials!
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Trainer ToolKit: Case Material: Polyester 600 d, black, W 36 x D 9 x H 28 cm
UserKit: Dimensions: W 46 x D 15 x H 28 cm
Scope of delivery:
1 Trainer ToolKit
Case in black polyester with all-round zip
Detailed trainer instructions – Thinking with Hands®
3 pack Pinboard Pins, orange
3 pack Pinboard Pins, grey
3 Neuland Outliner, round nib 1 mm
1 tins with acrylic sequins diamond
3 bottles adhesive
3 pairs scissors
3 pack elastic bans
3 double sharpeners
6 UserKit jeweils
1 participant box with carry handle
1 modelling clay 10 colours
1 mySketchbook Neuland
6 Creative Business sheets
1 Pack craft sticks assorted colours
4 chenille wire diameter 9 mm (pipe cleaners) 1 each of red/blue/ green/yellow
1 coloured art paper block A4 - 10 sheets assorted colours
6 polystyrene beads white, 3 each of diameter 40/60 mm
2 plastic balls, two-section, transparent, diameter 50 mm
2 modelling board
1 pack pompoms 100 items assorted colours
1 information flyer
My participation in the "Thinking with hands®" workshop was ...
“…it is unbelievable how easy it is to attract different characters and mentalities through the use of creative material and to work out common results”
"...it is challenging just to start and trust the process, do not think about anything, off to the "creativity" adventure. It is exciting to see how problems / tasks can be solved in a group, resulting in new ideas and new views."
"...to work creatively with the hands and obtain substantial results. At first I was somewhat skeptical but after the workshop I got convinced of the method, no usual one - to "tinker" the ideas => It was fun :-)"