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Sensory Flashing Balls Irregular Bounce

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Children will love learning through play with these Sensory Flashing Balls. These balls are suitable for use during indoor or outdoor play and enhancement of gross motor skills. They are ideal for sensory development in a designated corner, den or dark room. Made of plastic . Measures 8cm d. Features Providing a multitude of sensory stimulation they bounce, flash, light up and deflect at varying angles when they are dropped onto the floor.
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Sensory Flashing Balls Irregular Bounce

Code
445949
Children will love learning through play with these Sensory Flashing Balls. These balls are suitable for use during indoor or outdoor play and enhancement of gross motor skills. They are ideal for sensory development in a designated corner, den or dark room. Made of plastic . Measures 8cm d. Features Providing a multitude of sensory stimulation they bounce, flash, light up and deflect at varying angles when they are dropped onto the floor.
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Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 3yrs+
Material Made of Plastic.
Unit of Measure Set of 4
Diameter 8cm
Features Features Providing a multitude of sensory stimulation they bounce, flash, light up and deflect at varying angles when they are dropped onto the floor.
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