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1 NEW Lightbox Acrylic Trees Create an illuminated small world forest with these click together trees. An engaging provocation to create stories and adventures. Use with a variety of natural accessories to set a miniature scene. Imagine building an engaging woodland scene with these transparent trees that glow when placed on a lightbox. They can be part of a beautiful garden or Red Riding Hood’s woodland. Use for preposition and maths games. A versatile resource.


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2 NEW Lightbox Houses Collection


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n Develop an awareness of pattern and sequencing


n Enhance fine motor and hand-eye coordination skills


Miniature acrylic houses for use on lightboxes or in small world play scenarios. Use the houses on a light panel and see them glow. Create village scenes and encourage creativity and communication skills.


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3 NEW Lightbox Acrylic Jigsaw


Create a vibrant, illuminated jigsaw pattern with these different coloured connecting pieces. A great accessory for your light panel activities. Children can experiment and explore to see how the pieces fit together. The light shining through the acrylic tiles adds to the engagement. Try adding different acetate sheets to the top of panel to create different effects.


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4 NEW Plastic Open Up Construction Cubes


Clear construction blocks and spheres that can be filled with engaging contents or used for creative building activities. Create exciting structures and designs with these unusual building materials. Imagine a wall full of dinosaurs, natural materials, jewels, messages etc. The cubes could even be illuminated with battery fairy lights to reflect a glowing castle.


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Key Features


n An innovative approach to building


n Contents can be adapted to meet the children’s interests


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