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Small Lollipop Jungle

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Featuring strong plastic ‘stalks’ and a number of different textured moveable shapes, the visually stimulating small lollipop jungle encourages children to explore what happens when the tactile pieces are moved up the stalks and then released.

Supplied flat-packed with full assembly instructions, this sturdy sensory toy supports cognitive development as well as manual dexterity and fine motor skills. 

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£39.00Excl. VAT

£46.80 Incl. VAT

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VAT Exemptible Yes
Dimensions 30 x 40 x 2cm

A wide variety of conditions including Down’s Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and Autism can result in both learning and physical developmental delays.

As well as supporting cognitive development, the small lollipop jungle helps to develop hand-eye co-ordination and fine motor skills including gripping, holding, moving and releasing.

This sturdy sensory toy features smooth wooden beads, cotton reels, plastic chain link, hair rollers and wooden toggles which can all be moved up and down the ‘stalks’. This tactile stimulation is designed to support engagement with the toy in order to help teach the principle of cause and effect whilst developing other key skills.

More information and support for people with Down’s Syndrome can be found by visiting the Down’s Syndrome Association website www.downs-syndrome.org.uk

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