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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 players. Steady… don’t spill the fruit! Spin the wheel, then use the jumbo tweezers to pick or place the fruit. . Made of plastic. . Measures 35 H x 15 W x 24cm L. Includes: Includes 1 x game board, 40 x fruit counters, 2 x tweezers, spinner and activity guide.
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Avalanche Fruit Stand Game

Code
332874
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. . Made of plastic. . Measures 35 H x 15 W x 24cm L. Includes: Includes 1 x game board, 40 x fruit counters, 2 x tweezers, spinner and activity guide.
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Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 3yrs+
Material Made of Plastic.
Game # Players 1-2
Curriculum Outcome Problem Solving
Height 35cm
Width 15cm
Depth 18cm
Length 24cm
Game How to Play Steady… don’t spill the fruit! Spin the wheel, then use the jumbo tweezers to pick or place the fruit.
Includes Includes: 1 x game board, 40 x fruit counters, 2 x tweezers, spinner and activity guide.
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