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Multiplication Dominoes 28 Pieces

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Multiplication Dominoes 28 Pieces

Code
499565
These dominoes assist children in developing a wide range of simple and complex mathematical understandings. This set includes a visual representation of the concept as well as a numerical representation, allowing children to identify the number symbol system. A handy storage tin is also included. Includes: A Visual Representation Of The Concept As Well As A Numerical Representation, Allowing Children To Identify The Number Symbol System Each Set Comes With A Handy Storage Tin.
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Age Group School Aged
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 5yrs+
Curriculum Outcome Numeracy/Mathematics
Unit of Measure 28 Pieces
Includes A Visual Representation Of The Concept As Well As A Numerical Representation, Allowing Children To Identify The Number Symbol System Each Set Comes With A Handy Storage Tin
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