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Masterkidz Education® Wall Elements Magnetism Learning

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A resource designed for children to first experience magnetism.  The magnet bar and horseshoe magnet are detachable, ...
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Masterkidz Education® Wall Elements Magnetism Learning

Code
504239
A resource designed for children to first experience magnetism.  The magnet bar and horseshoe magnet are detachable, allowing children to hold the magnet and place it on the material windows to test how different materials react differently. Children can also place magnets on the sliding magnet to experience the how magnetic force can lift and move objects, also showing how magnetic power can overcome the weight of an object. When placing the magnets close to the liquid tube filled with metal powder, children will be amazed by how the powder react to magnetic fields. Made of FSC certified European Beech and plywood. Measures 46 H x 46 W x 2.5cm D.
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Manufacturer Masterkids Education
Colour Natural
Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 3yrs+
Material Made of Wood.
Height 46 cm
Width 46 cm
Depth 2.5 cm
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