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WOW Toys 2021new shipping free Holiday Calendar Countdown Excellent

WOW Toys Holiday Countdown Calendar

$15

WOW Toys Holiday Countdown Calendar

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Product description

Product Description

Pre-schoolers can now countdown to their holiday with this exciting and educational Countdown Calendar from WOW Toys.

Children can get more excited to reach their special day by receiving a new toy each day in the 10 day build up finally creating their very own play set ready to play with on their holiday and afterwards. The calendar also has an innovative inbuilt slide for the figures, a jet ski with detachable ring, a diving board and 5 cute animals for bath time or play time fun.

This awesome Countdown Calendar contains 10 toys including a jet ski with detachable rubber ring. A fun-filled activity booklet is also included.

Specially designed for pre-school years and suitable for children aged 1 - 5. No batteries required.

Set Contains:

1 jet ski;1 rubber ring;1 diving board;2 figures;1 lobster;1 ocotpus;1 turtle;1 stingray;1 whale

WOW Toys Holiday Countdown Calendar

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