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Mat Man - Hand Writing Without Tears
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Mat Man - Hand Writing Without Tears

Mat Man teaches body awareness and drawing skills

Mat Man teaches body awareness and drawing skills. Build, sing, and draw Mat Man together. Young children are often asked to draw pictures of themselves or a person. Mat Man activities are social and develop a child's body awareness, drawing and counting skills.

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09 527 0060
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Level 3, 45 Mt Wellington Highway
Mount Wellington
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