This biblical tabernacle model kit is made out of plastic parts and rubber figures. The pieces can be easily assembled to complete the whole tabernacle. The plastic material makes this particular model kit very light-weight and durable. Ideal for classroom demonstration and personal collection. Additional paint can be applied (picture shown above is painted; unpainted model shown at right except for the last one). Includes instruction manual booklet for assembly. Find out also how to build and paint the tabernacle model guide online.
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Posted by Peggy Flood on 5th Oct 2013
The pieces will help my students participate and understand the different roles the of the priest. I will take it to class before I put it together so they can see the challenge the tribes had tearing it down and setting it up again. I think the children will understand the tabernacle and see Jesus in it more clearly now. Thanks for this great aid.
Posted by Drew on 8th Jul 2013
I am doing a series of classes for kids on the evolving of the Tabernacle Tent of Moses to Solomon's Temple and how these 2 Old Testament types point to Jesus Christ. This model was a great visual aid for the kids, especially when I lifted the tent and they could look inside and see all that it contained, and how it was placed. I wish there was a better way that allowed you to lift off and put back the tent cover, other than that, a great product!
Posted by Rev. Harold Todd on 9th Mar 2013
I found the set to be smaller than I expected. it was still very useful. I used it to compare the tabernacle with the traits of Jesus. I have recommended it to friends. It requires a lot more painting that I expected as well.
Posted by Jim on 13th Nov 2012
I have spent several hours painting the pieces I am about 1/2 way finished. The parts are small so using a lighted magnifier helps a lot.
Very fine detailed work. It gives me a real appreciation for the real thing and the work that went into it!
I think it will be worth the work when finished.