Compare Weights To Discover A Match.
Educational Focus: Recognize/Distinguish Weights, Enhance Concentration And Matching Skills.
-Material: Rubberwood And Soft Plastic Handle Grips.
Set Includes 12 Weight Cylinders And A Storage Tray.
Weight matching game to stimulate cognitive development for ages 3+Set includes 12 weight cylinders and a storage trayCompare weights to discover a match-Material: Rubberwood and soft plastic handle gripsEducational Focus: Recognize/distinguish weights, enhance concentration and matching skills
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