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Stackman

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Stackman

Code
497676
These strong armed stackable wooden men use all of their muscles. Can you find all the different ways to stack all men and build a tower as high as possible? Encourage cooperative learning and problem solving with this open ended resource, Made of wood . Measures 12.5 H x 10 W x 2cm D. Includes: 10 x Stacking Men.
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Colour Natural
Age Group School Aged
Minimum Recommended Age 6yrs+
Material Made of Wood.
Curriculum Outcome Fine Motor
Height 12.5cm
Width 10cm
Depth 2cm
Includes Includes: 10 x Stacking Men.
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