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Milageto 36x Paint Sponge Foam Alphabets Numbers Letters Stamps

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Milageto 36x Paint Sponge Foam Alphabets Numbers Letters Stamps

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Product description

Description:

- Contains a total of 26 sponge capital letters and 0-9 numbers,multi-colors, easy to use.

- Helps kids learn letters, sorting and other math and literacy skills.

- Suits children's scrawl toy, kindergarten teaching tools,fine art supplies.

"p" - Also can be used in the bath or for craft activities

"p" - Have fun in the studying! Great for kids to create pictures, arts and crafts

"p""b"Specification:

"p" - Material: Sponge"br" - Size(L): approx. 2-3cm / 0.79-1.18inch, Thick: 0.8cm/0.31inch

"p""b"Package Includes:

"p"36 Pcs Sponge Stamps

"p""b"Note:

"p"Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item."br"Due to manual measurement, there may be 1-2mm error in size.

Milageto 36x Paint Sponge Foam Alphabets Numbers Letters Stamps

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