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Kit For Kids® Softplay Activity Set 15 Pieces

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462045
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A giant set of 15 large climbon pieces allowing pupils to construct obstacle courses with climb over, under, through shapes and build up/knock down blocks, for a fun play time. Colours may vary. Includes: Starter guide with details and ideas on different constructions. Made to exacting quality standard and finished in a soft touch durable vinyl, meeting all relevant safety and fire standards.
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Kit For Kids® Softplay Activity Set 15 Pieces

Code
462045
A giant set of 15 large climbon pieces allowing pupils to construct obstacle courses with climb over, under, through shapes and build up/knock down blocks, for a fun play time. Colours may vary. Includes: Starter guide with details and ideas on different constructions. Made to exacting quality standard and finished in a soft touch durable vinyl, meeting all relevant safety and fire standards.
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Manufacturer Kit For Kids
Unit of Measure 15 Pieces
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Includes Includes: Starter guide with details and ideas on different constructions. Made to exacting quality standard and finished in a soft touch durable vinyl, meeting all relevant safety and fire standards.
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