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Hape Snail Pull and Play Shape Sorter

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A multifunctional snail that offers a whole lot of fun. This quality made Hape Pull and Play Sorter is and water base...
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Hape Snail Pull and Play Shape Sorter

Code
415382
A multifunctional snail that offers a whole lot of fun. This quality made Hape Pull and Play Sorter is and water based paints. Bright and colourful, the shape sorter shell holds all the included wooden blocks and is easily pulled along behind you. Provides opportunity for development of fine and gross motor skills as well as colour and shape recognition. Made of wood. Measures 18 H x 30 W x 11cm D.
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Colour Natural
Age Group Toddler
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 12mths+
Material Made of Wood.
Height 18 cm
Width 30 cm
Depth 11 cm
Includes Includes: 4 x squares, 8 x equilateral triangles, 16 x gear squares, 2 x small wheels, 2 x big wheels and a picture guide.
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