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Doublesided Boomwhacker

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Support small group music tasks with the Doublesided Boomwhacker. Endless opportunities for groups of children to work together to compose, harmonise and improvise notes and rhythms. Sturdy and robust enough to leave outdoors, yet lightweight enough to move around the home, centre or school. Children of all will love to experiment by hitting the Boomwhacker with different objects. Beaters not included. Made of Made from polyethylene . Measures 62 H x 91 W x 25cm D.
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Doublesided Boomwhacker

Code
460766
Support small group music tasks with the Doublesided Boomwhacker. Endless opportunities for groups of children to work together to compose, harmonise and improvise notes and rhythms. Sturdy and robust enough to leave outdoors, yet lightweight enough to move around the home, centre or school. Children of all will love to experiment by hitting the Boomwhacker with different objects. Beaters not included. Made of Made from polyethylene . Measures 62 H x 91 W x 25cm D.
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Age Group Toddler
Minimum Recommended Age 2yrs+
Material Made of Made from polyethylene.
Curriculum Outcome The Arts
Height 62cm
Width 91cm
Depth 25cm
Requires Assembly YES
User Advice Beaters not included.
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