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Woodland Footprints

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Woodland Footprints

The Woodland Footprints are double-sided stones used to help the development of the children's knowledge on animals, nature and their surroundings. Each stone has on one side, the image of a particular animal and on the other side, the foot, claw or paw print of the animal that's image is on the previous side. The prints on the stones are raised to allow all sorts of fun. Children will have great fun with the Woodland Footprints as they can press them into mud or clay and then flip the stone over to identify which animal left the marks. Create a treasure hunt for the children with these Woodland Footprints by leaving trails of footprints in the outdoor area of your setting. Robust enough to be used throughout an early years setting, both inside and outdoors.

: Clean in soap and water
: Contains eight double-sided stones (7-8cm)

Age: 2yrs+

17.50 (21.00 inc. VAT)


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