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Water Cycle puzzle 12 Pieces

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This puzzle explains the cycle of precipitation. Our sun heats the water, vapour becomes cloud, clouds form into rain...
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Water Cycle puzzle 12 Pieces

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This puzzle explains the cycle of precipitation. Our sun heats the water, vapour becomes cloud, clouds form into rain clouds and the high mountains cause rain to fall, starting the process again and again. This puzzle helps children learn basic aspects of their environment whilst practicing their fine motor skills. Made of wood. Measures 30cm d.
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Colour Natural
Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 3yrs+
Unit of Measure 12 Pieces
Diameter 30 cm
Made in Australia YES
Ready to Decorate YES
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