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Magic Gears 110 Pieces

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Children can imagine they are engineers and construct with Magic Gears. Build 72 models using 110 different construct...
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Magic Gears 110 Pieces

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Children can imagine they are engineers and construct with Magic Gears. Build 72 models using 110 different construction pieces. These jumbo sized pieces help develop shape and colour recognition, hand eye coordination, fine motor and problem solving skills. Magic Gears introduce children to the concept of power transmission. Includes: Ideas Guide. Made of plastic.
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Age Group Toddler
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 2yrs+
Unit of Measure 110 Pieces
Includes Ideas Guide
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