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1 Colourful Metallic Boulders Construction with the wow factor! These lovely metallic blocks have a real treasure appeal. They can be stacked, sorted and rolled. Great for high level engagement. Younger children will enjoy exploring and grasping them whilst older children will use them in a variety of open- ended learning opportunities. Set includes 12 pieces in 3 sizes: 8cm, 12cm and 15cm. Suitable from birth.


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2 Metallic Boulder Blocks An appealing, engaging sensory construction set. Stack, roll and sort the shapes. Build towers and castles. Designed to have a sense of challenge, with the children having to determine how to balance the boulders. Finished with a smooth, shiny, mirror effect. Great on their own but brilliant with the other Marvellous Metallics™ resources. Made from ABS plastic. Set of 12 blocks, 4 of each size: 15cm, 12cm and 8cm diameters. Suitable for all ages.


EY06069


3 Metallic Pebble Collection A beautiful treasure collection of different sized colour pebbles. Try stacking, rolling and sorting. An open-ended resource that can be used in a variety of contexts, children will delight in exploring and experimenting with this captivating collection. Set includes 4 x 8cm, 4 x 15cm, 2x 20cm pebbles. Suitable from birth.


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