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Small World 1 Diversity Family


A range of figures to reflect family life. They have wooden bodies with fabric clothing. There are two sizes to represent children and adults. Set includes 8 x 12cm and 8 x 9cm figures. Suitable for ages 3yrs+.


EY06025


2 Superhero Figures A lovely set of 10 superheroes to enhance small world play provision. There are 5 different characters, each wearing a mask and a cape, ready to carry out their heroic tasks. The figures have wooden bodies with fabric outfits. Use in a variety of contexts. They work well with the Creative Castle or other small world scenarios. Set includes 10 figures. Size: H10cm. For ages 3yrs+.


EY05283


3 Wooden Doll Family Encourage small world play with these sturdy wooden characters. Intended specifically for toddlers, they have rounded edges and are the perfect size for small hands. They are ideal for acting out familiar scenarios, but also for creating new adventures. Each individually designed figure is relatable and children can create their own families. This set includes 7 figures. Please note grass matting is not included. For ages 18mths+.


Size: Adult doll: H12cm Child doll: H9cm. EY06901


4 Wooden Toddler Dolls House Accessories


Create your own small world location with this wonderful set of furniture items. Designed for children under 3, the range of items are ideal for making mini small world locations. This set contains 15 different items of furniture. Included is a bed, a wardrobe, a toilet, a sink, a bath, a sofa, a chair, a TV, a kitchen range, a frid ge/freezer, a table and 4 stools. All are safe and styled for children aged 18mths+ to enjoy Please note: Accessories not included. EY06816


3 SET OF 7 1 SET OF 8


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Intricate detail in each costume


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EARLY YEARS


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