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Bean Bag Boogie
Is a set of 3 bean bags with instructions to help develop gross motor skills.
Bean bag boogie consists of 3 bean bags, 8 picture cards and instructions on how to play bean bag boogie. Gross motor skills such as body image, eye-hand and eye-foot co-ordination, balance and an awareness of distance and space will be encouraged to develop. Your child will learn to catch and throw, track and focus the eyes, learn new words, build vocabulary and learn about body parts.
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