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Theme/Subject: Learning - Skill Learning: Mathematics, Reading, Animal - 16 Pieces - 3+ - View Complete Details
Product Number: LRNLER0753
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Three Bear Family Learning Card - Full-color cards help children develop early math and reading skills. Doubled-sided cards match the actual size of the bear counters (sold separately) for simple learning. Reusable envelope with a snap closure keeps cards safely organized between lessons. Pattern cards are designed for children ages 3 and up.View Product Specs
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