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Rhythm Set 50 Instruments

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Rhythm Set 50 Instruments

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476290
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A great resource for large groups of children wanting to explore musical concepts. Children have an opportunity to develop motor skills including fine and gross motor skills and coordination through moving to music and playing instruments. Includes: 1 x Headless Tambourine, 1 x Multi Tone Drum, 1 x Tambourine, 2 x Wrist Bells, 2 x Quakers, 4 x Maracas, 1 x Triangle 10cm, 1 x Triangle 15cm, 1 x Triangle 20cm, 2 x Sleigh Bells, 12 x Egg Shakers, 8 x Claves, 2 x Agogo Blocks, 4 x Handbells, 8 x Castanets, 1 x Storage Container.

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Manufacturer Vivaio
Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 3yrs+
Includes 1 x Headless Tambourine, 1 x Multi Tone Drum, 1 x Tambourine, 2 x Wrist Bells, 2 x Quakers, 4 x Maracas, 1 x Triangle 10cm, 1 x Triangle 15cm, 1 x Triangle 20cm, 2 x Sleigh Bells, 12 x Egg Shakers, 8 x Claves, 2 x Agogo Blocks, 4 x Handbells, 8 x Castanet
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