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Alphabet Snake

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A fun and large sized puzzle allowing children to develop letter recognition and engage with a unique text contributi...
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Alphabet Snake

A fun and large sized puzzle allowing children to develop letter recognition and engage with a unique text contributing to an understanding of how a symbol system such as the alphabet works. Made of wood . Measures 40 H x 60cm W.
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Colour Natural
Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 3yrs+
Material Made of Wood.
Curriculum Outcome Literacy/English
Unit of Measure 52 Pieces
Height 40cm
Width 60cm
Made in Australia YES
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