Funny Kids Outdoor Exploration Game Role Play Toy Set Play House Hiking Educational Toy for Boy and Girl with Storage Bag
|Product name||Kids outdoor exploration game role play toy||Material||Plastic+cloth|
|Description||Funny kids outdoor exploration game role play toy set play house hiking educational toy for boy and girl with storage bag||MOQ||200 sets|
|Product size||/||CTN size||52*44*52 cm|
|Color||As picture||CBM||0.119 cbm|
|Design||Kids exploration game role play toy||G.W./N.W.||17/15 KGS|
|Packing||White box||Delivery time||7-30 days,depend on oder quantity|
|QTY/CTN||25 sets||Packing size||24.8*16.8*9.8 cm|
Supreme Quality - Our set is made of durable materials to sustain educational fun for years!
Multiple Uses- Ideal for indoor and outdoor play. Role play in the living room or backyard!
Easy To store or take on the go with our Born Toys messenger bag making it a great GIFT or stocking stuffer and perfect for all the exploring gear!
Dress up and play and put those exploring skills to use with our SCAVENGER HUNT! For great indoor or outside adventure paleontologist and safari play,exploring,paleontology!
Perfect for ages 3-7 - Costume grows with your child between 3-7!
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