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- Learning Activity Book
- 12 LED Stickers (6 white, 2 red, 2 yellow, and 2 blue LED stickers)
- 2 coin cell batteries
- 2 binder clips
- 1 roll of copper tape - approximately 15 feet
Enter your model number to make sure this fits.; Learning Activity Book; 12 LED Stickers (6 white, 2 red, 2 yellow, and 2 blue LED stickers); 2 coin cell batteries; 2 binder clips; 1 roll of copper tape - approximately 15 feet
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