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Santoys Classique Natural Finish Sink

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A range of sturdy wooden dramatic play resources featuring light, natural finishes. The Santoys Classique range inclu...
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Santoys Classique Natural Finish Sink

Code
180828
A range of sturdy wooden dramatic play resources featuring light, natural finishes. The Santoys Classique range includes all kitchen appliance essentials with functional and realistic features. These resources encourage children to interact with others, communicate, imagine and recreate as they meaning of the world around them. Made of rubberwood. Measures 53 H x 40 W x 35cm D.
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Colour Natural
Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 3yrs+
Material Made of rubberwood.
Pedagogical Focus Identity
Height 53 cm
Width 40 cm
Depth 35 cm
Requires Assembly YES
Features Colourcoded floor template allows for easy assembling.
Includes includes: ambulance, reception, xray and examination rooms, a fully equipped operating theatre, main general ward, children’s and maternity wards and bathroom.
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