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- Sort 48 manipulatives into the matching crayon-shaped tubes
- A hands-on introduction to the color palette
- Encourages color identification, vocabulary, patterning, and counting
- Includes 8 cardboard tubes with plastic lids
- Ideal for ages 3+
Introduce your students to the color palette by sorting manipulatives into the matching crayon-shaped tubes. Built-in storage makes center setup and cleanup easy. 56 pieces include 8 cardboard tubes with plastic lids.
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