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Medium Lap Blanket

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The range of Nana’s Weighted Blankets are proudly Australian Made. They are designed as a tool for supporting, comfor...
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Medium Lap Blanket

Code
422889
The range of Nana’s Weighted Blankets are proudly Australian Made. They are designed as a tool for supporting, comforting and calming children, particularly those with additional sensory processing needs. They are used extensively by carers, occupational therapists and parents. All products are machine washable and use hypoallergenic poly pellets. Measures 50 W x 80cm L. Weighs 1.5kg.
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Pedagogical Focus Inclusion
Play Based Learning Focus Sensory Play
Width 50cm
Length 80cm
Machine Washable YES
Made in Australia YES
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