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Metallic Assorted Mini Blocks

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Light and easy to hold, this beautiful set will engage children as they play, design and construct. Use to stack and ...
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Metallic Assorted Mini Blocks

Light and easy to hold, this beautiful set will engage children as they play, design and construct. Use to stack and build, discuss properties or sort by shape. Encourage children to work together to build up the bricks. A fantastic addition to any engineering or sensory area teaching children a wide variety of concepts related to STEM. Made of plastic with a metallic effect . Measures 5 H x 9.5 W x 5cm D.
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Age Group Infant
Minimum Recommended Age 0mths+
Material Made of plastic with a metallic effect.
Play Based Learning Focus Loose Parts Play
Unit of Measure 32 Pieces
Height 5cm
Width 9.5cm
Depth 5cm
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