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Selwood Monkey bars are a much loved childhood favourite. That is why we are offering them as an optional addition to your climbing frame. They offer a whole new play function as well as a lot of fun. Monkey bars are also a great way to improve children’s motor skills and co-ordination. Please note these monkey bars are designed to fit our own Selwood climbing frames with a 4ft deck height. Please check they are compatible with your chosen frame before purchasing.

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Liverpool

Cool driving characteristics making it exciting to ride. Gives lots of fun with thrills and stimulation. Steering of the FunCart is smooth by using two handle pins making the rear wheels move. Improves children’s coordination skills as the child uses their entire body when driving. Suitable for children aged 6 – 10 years. 5 year warranty on frame and fork Specification Product Code 48700 Dimensions H670 x W645 x D900mm

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Cupid Valentine

This is a Cupid Cupid What Do You See? interactive book. This Super Fun Valentine Day book will give you and your students lots of opportunities to work on receptive & expressive language skills! The book also includes matching pieces and a Memory/Vocabulary Board Game plus picture frames to add childs picture as a gift for parents.CONTENTS: 1.

from Living Montessori Now

Montessori Monday – Montessori-Inspired Frog Activities for Leap Year or Anytime

Montessori Monday – Montessori-Inspired Frog Activities for Leap Year or Anytime | LivingMontessoriNow.com

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Subitizing

Subitizing is recognizing an amount of objects without having to count. Children need to be able to subitize if they are to build a strong mathematical foundation. Come check out this subitizing resource! $

Children attach matching letter cards together with learning links. This is a great activity for developing letter recognition as well as fine motor skills (",)

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The 'Busy' Trap

The ‘Busy’ Trap | The New York Times | If you live in America in the 21st century you’ve probably had to listen to a lot of people tell you how busy they are.