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Giant Polydron™ Class Pack 80 Pieces

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Construction fun in your own backyard. Giant Polydron? Pack is a fantastic way to encourage imaginative role play. Gi...
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Giant Polydron™ Class Pack 80 Pieces

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Construction fun in your own backyard. Giant Polydron? Pack is a fantastic way to encourage imaginative role play. Giant Polydron? is heavily textured on one side which helps children recognise different shapes and forms. The inner area of the triangles and squares is marked with Braille to raise children?s awareness of alternative forms of communication. With large easy to attach shapes, it has been designed for little hands, Giant Polydron? is a must for all early years and additional special needs environments. Perfect introduction to 2D and 3D shapes. Includes: 40 x Squares And 40 x Triangles. Made of plastic. Square approx. measures 21 H x 21 W x 7cm D.
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Age Group Toddler
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 2yrs+
Unit of Measure 80 Pieces
Height 21 cm
Width 21 cm
Depth 7 cm
Includes 40 x Squares And 40 x Triangles
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