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- Ball sorter flips over to become a xylophone, includes base, three wooden balls and a mallet, for ages 18 mos.+
- Pound the wooden balls through the cutouts with tough vinyl rings
- Flip base and adjust cords to turn into a xylophone
- Material: Rubberwood stained with low VOC aniline dyes to prevent chipping
- Educational Focus: Improves fine-motor skills and hand-eye coordination
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