Recreational bricks stimulate childrenÂ's imagination and teach creative thinking. A five-shape set can be used for fun and exercises, and for creating obstacle courses and spatial structures. Polyurethane foam, which was used for the production of shapes is characterised by a low weight and high resistance to deformation. The shapes have removable cover, which makes cleaning easy. The set comes with a mini ball pit filled with balls. Ball colours can be selected from our range. The bricks are a perfect element of furnishing nurseries, kindergartens, playgrounds as well as childrenÂ's rooms. The product is intended for children aged 1-3 years, for use only with adult supervision. Specification: The set consists 5 shapes joined together by velcro, One mini ball pit with a set of 100 pieces of balls (included). Material: polyurethane foam; removable cover (77% cotton 23% polyester) 100 balls in a set Dimensions: Width of each individual module: 40 cm Height of the highest module: 35 cm Length of the whole structure 200 cm + wedge which can be added anywhere with a length of 60 cm
Soft Play 2 You Ltd
60 Windsor Avenue
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