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Magnetic Discovery Board

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Guess which objects are magnetic? That?s the fun (and the learning!) behind our Magnetic Discovery Board. Objects are...
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Magnetic Discovery Board

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357707
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Guess which objects are magnetic? That?s the fun (and the learning!) behind our Magnetic Discovery Board. Objects are randomly arranged in the 16 wells of this wooden board for children to predict and observe magnetic properties. The tough acrylic cover can be removed by adults to switch objects out then screwed back in place to lock them in. Magnetic Wands (074864), not included. Board measures 23 H x 30.5 W x 2cm D.
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Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 3yrs+
Height 23 cm
Width 30.5 cm
Depth 2 cm
User Advice Magnetic Wands (074864), not included.
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