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- 4 in 1 toys, activity cube includes shapes sorter, lacing beads, xylophone, and abacus
- Comfortable string handle for easy carrying, colorful blocks assist with recognition of shapes, colors and numbers
- Jumbo lacing beads encourage gross motor, fine motor and eye-hand coordination
- The cube comes with a wooden lid and a handle, portable and for no mess easy storage
- Durable child safe paint finish and solid wood construction, size 6.9x7.1x6.8 inches, recommended for ages 3 years and up
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