Develops creativity & helps children understand visual/spatial relationships
A great confidence builder in a fun, purposeful format
32 colorful, easy to handle, durable plastic design tiles with 30 tangram-like design cards
MightyMind's award winning play-alone activity keeps kids busy by themselves. Mighty Mind has 32 colorful design shapes, neatly contained in a plastic storage tray with numbered and programmed puzzle cards. Encourages and entices a child to build complex designs and puzzles without assistance. MightyMind Builds confidence. Winner of Parents' Choice Honor Toy. Cited by child development experts.
Includes an oversize rim and junior size basketball
Develops social and motor skills and coordination
Base can be weighted with sand (not included) for stability
Great outdoor play
This kids basketball set is the perfect size for toddlers. The oversize rim helps shots go in easier. The smaller basketball is easier to hold and shoot. More buckets mean more smiles! Kids can play cooperatively or competitively. Our basketball hoops are built with our legendary quality.Note The packaging this Totsport Basketball Set ships in reveals its' contentsThis unit does NOT adjustAssembly Yes
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