WHO IS EDGAR? Edgar is the Arsène Lupin of organization, the Colombo of classification, the Hercule Poirot of storage. His keen eye sees everything: the misplaced sheet, the shoes tossed into a corner, the abandoned toys, the unemptied lunch box and even the clutter in your room.
Its small red, yellow and green magnifying glasses tell you that it has passed and let you know if what you have accomplished is exemplary, needs improvement or not up to what you can do.
Recommended age: 2-7 years old
- 2 "bravo!" Your collaboration is really appreciated!”
- 2 pellets "You started well but you didn't quite finish!"
- 2 pellets "You could collaborate more, a little more effort would be appreciated!"
- Edgar's letter to the children
Size: 4.25 in (11 cm)
Use Inspector Edgar to check if the tasks have actually been performed. When the tasks are completed, check them and drop a magnifying glass from Inspector Edgar in the appropriate places. For example, if the bed is well made, place a green magnifying glass on it, if it is more or less well made, place a yellow magnifying glass and if it is not made at all, place a red magnifying glass. Feel free to reward magnifying glasses with tokens from the General Store.