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Product description

Features:
1. Multi-functionality. Walker, science toddler. Puzzle board, cultivate cognition, improve ability. Early education music piano, early education enlightenment.
2. Safety protection. handle + rubber rear wheel, large area rubber, increase friction with the ground, play a effect.
3. Easy assembly. The assembly procedure is simple and convenient.
4. The drawing board, piano and phone are detachable. Small story book can turn pages.
5. Cultivate thinking skills. Vision, grasp, interest training, intellectual development, senses, hearing, other ability development, hand-eye coordination.

Specifications:
Hand bell battery: 2 * AA Battery(Not Included)
Size: Approx. 45*42*34cm/17.72*16.54*13.39inch

Package List:
1 * Artboard
1 * Hand Putter
2 * Outrigger
1 * Toy Mobile Phone
1 * Hand Bell
1 * Push Board

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