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Math Marks the Spot Floor Game

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Shake, roll and race! This oversized mat game will have children begging to practise their math. Roll the soft foam n...
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Math Marks the Spot Floor Game

Code
230938
Shake, roll and race! This oversized mat game will have children begging to practise their math. Roll the soft foam numbers and operation dice and race to find the answer on the oversized number mat! Measures 122 H x 150cm W. Includes: three dice and 28 cardboard game markers.
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Age Group School Aged
Minimum Recommended Age 5yrs+
Curriculum Outcome Numeracy/Mathematics
Height 122cm
Width 150cm
Includes Includes: three dice and 28 cardboard game markers.
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