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Kit For Kids® Rainbow Placement Carpet

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This rainbow 24 place carpet is ideal for reading, group activities or introducing numeracy concepts such as shape re...
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Kit For Kids® Rainbow Placement Carpet

This rainbow 24 place carpet is ideal for reading, group activities or introducing numeracy concepts such as shape recognition, measurement, counting and basic equations. Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at Features a substantial premium quality carpet with an extra thick, soft textured tufted Nylon twist pile designed specifically for comfort and longevity, This highly colourful placement carpet is great for reading areas or just a bright addition to the classroom or nursery environment, 24 placement squares, Designed to encourage learning through interaction and play, Crease resistant with unique Rhombus? anti-skid Dura-Latex? safety backing, Abrasion resistant, laboratory rub tested to heavy duty standards, Tightly bound edges to prevent fraying, Nylon twist soft textured finish, Meets all relevant safety standards, Heavy Duty Tuf-Pile? - A substantial premium quality carpet, with an extra thick pile, soft textured tufted Nylon twist pile for comfort and longevity, Recommended for classrooms, reading and play areas. Made of nylon. Measures 200 H x 182cm W.
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Height 200cm
Width 182cm
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