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  • Under The Sea 24-Piece Giant Puzzle, by DJECO BEIGE MEDIUM SOLID WITH DECOR
  • Under The Sea 24-Piece Giant Puzzle, by DJECO BEIGE MEDIUM SOLID WITH DECOR
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Under The Sea 24-Piece Giant Puzzle, by DJECO - beige medium solid with decor

£11.50


BEIGE MEDIUM SOLID WITH DECOR
  • ONE SIZE





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A very colourful puzzle to learn about the sea world. Large, easy to handle pieces for small hands and 8 smaller inner pieces (boat, bird, octopus, turtle, seahorse) to practise motor skills. A great gift idea.

o Under The Sea 24-piece giant puzzle, by DJECO
o Includes: 24 pieces + 8 animal pieces

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o 3+ years
o Develops concentration and observation
o Small pieces to develop dexterity
A great gift idea

Under The Sea 24-piece giant puzzle, by DJECO in sturdy cardboard.
Colour : - BEIGE MEDIUM SOLID WITH DECOR

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