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Avalanche Fruit Stand Game

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Develops fine motor skills, especially the all important pincer grasp that prepares children for handwriting. For 1-2...
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Avalanche Fruit Stand Game

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332874
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Develops fine motor skills, especially the all important pincer grasp that prepares children for handwriting. For 1-2 players. Steady? don?t spill the fruit! Spin the wheel, then use the jumbo tweezers to pick or place the fruit . Includes: 1 x Game Board, 40 x Fruit Counters, 2 x Tweezers, Spinner, Activity Guide. Made of plastic. Measures 35 H x 15 W x 24cm L.
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Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 3yrs+
Game # Players 1-2
Height 35 cm
Depth 18cm
Length 24 cm
Includes 1 x Game Board, 40 x Fruit Counters, 2 x Tweezers, Spinner, Activity Guide
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