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SquashEE Lowercase Letters

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A set of 26 colourful lowercase letters, perfect for encouraging letter shape recognition, word formation and sound. ...
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SquashEE Lowercase Letters

A set of 26 colourful lowercase letters, perfect for encouraging letter shape recognition, word formation and sound. Filled with colourful liquids, oils and sparkles. Made of plastic . Measures 10cm H.
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Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 3yrs+
Material Made of Plastic.
Curriculum Outcome Literacy/English
Unit of Measure Set of 26
Height 10cm
Depth 2.5cm
Includes Includes four interlocking pieces of foam matting with a textured nonslip grip on one side.
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