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1 NEW Giant Potion Bottles Make marvellous mixtures with these supersized, ornate containers. Imagine your mud kitchen, home area or concoctions corner adorned with these beautiful, practical and safe bottles. What magical ingredients will you add? There is something really engaging about these bottles as they look quite magical. They are a great inspiration for mixing, mashing and stirring ingredients together. Try placing a message or map inside the bottles. Use in sand and water activities, in role play, in counting etc. You could even put battery lights in the containers to make them glow in a sensory area. A truly delightful provocation for exciting learning opportunities.


EY07350 2 Potion Bottles


What potion will you mix in these appealing, plastic bottles? They have a magical feel with a faceted stopper to keep your mixtures safe. We know children love to add an array of ingredients from glitter, petals, leaves, stones etc. Try adding aromas. Whilst doing so their imaginations are soaring. They are great for developing fine motor skills too. They may look like glass but they are made from a tough, safe plastic. Ideal for using indoors or out. Great for mud kitchens, messy station, sand and water play etc. Add a sense of awe and wonder to your experimenting and exploring. They are available in clear or colours. Please note: Accessories are not included. For ages 18mths+.


Sizes: Clear: H18 x 10cm diameter. Coloured: H20 x 9cm diameter.


EY07120 6 pk Clear EY06701 6 pk Coloured


Clear Visit the e-catalogue at www.tts-trade.co.uk and email your orders to trade@tts-group.co.uk 87


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