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Color:Green

Kids can scoot, glide, and roll around the room while building core strength and coordination on these handled scooter boards. Made of durable plastic, they are easily cleaned and have plastic wheels that won't damage floors. Handles keep fingers safe, while providing steering and control of the board. Choose between blue, pink, neon green, and the heavy-duty red model. For over 50 years, hand2mind has encouraged hands-on learning and discovery, driving deeper understanding and helping children unlock their full potential. With products designed to enhance learning in the classroom and the world around us, we strive to find new ways to encourage hands-on exploration and discovery.


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September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

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