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Hape Quadrilla®® Vertigo Set 133 Pieces

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Beautiful wood tracks and colourful blocks, each with a different function is the starting point for endless designs....
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Hape Quadrilla®® Vertigo Set 133 Pieces

Code
393736
Beautiful wood tracks and colourful blocks, each with a different function is the starting point for endless designs. Children can be encouraged to draw plans for their constructions, adjusting them as they find systems that work better along the way. Children will learn about engineering considerations in designing structures as well as scientific concepts such as force, motion and gravity. Includes: 24 x Coloured Blocks, 20 x Height Adjusters, 6 x Base Rings, 22 x Connectors, 7 x Straight Rails, 1 x Seesaw, 3 x Twist Rails, 50 x Marbles, 1 x Cotton Storage Bag. Made of wood.
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Colour Natural
Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 4yrs+
Unit of Measure 133 Pieces
Includes 24 x Coloured Blocks, 20 x Height Adjusters, 6 x Base Rings, 22 x Connectors, 7 x Straight Rails, 1 x Seesaw, 3 x Twist Rails, 50 x Marbles, 1 x Cotton Storage Bag
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