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Listening First™ Listening Centre with Headphones Set

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Listening Centre with four stereo headphones using 3.5mm jacks. An additional 3.5mm jack is located in the centre to allow connection to various audio sources such as a computer, smartphone or tablet for mobile learning. Measures 4 H x 8 D x 8cm L. Features skidresistant pads, this Listening Centre won’t mark or move from any surface. Listening Centre
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Listening First™ Listening Centre with Headphones Set

Code
462698
Listening Centre with four stereo headphones using 3.5mm jacks. An additional 3.5mm jack is located in the centre to allow connection to various audio sources such as a computer, smartphone or tablet for mobile learning. Measures 4 H x 8 D x 8cm L. Features skidresistant pads, this Listening Centre won’t mark or move from any surface. Listening Centre
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Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 3yrs+
Curriculum Outcome Literacy/English
Height 4cm
Depth 8cm
Length 8cm
Features Features skidresistant pads, this Listening Centre won’t mark or move from any surface. Listening Centre
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