Galt First Pottery
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  • Galt Creative Crafts First Pottery
    Galt Creative Crafts First Pottery

    Type:Craft. Age Range:5-8 years. Suitable Age From:Suitable from 5 years. Battery Type:None. Batteries Included:N. Battery Type 2:None. Power Source:N/A. What''s in the Box:Includes: instructions. Product Height:23.0 Centimetre. Product Width:6.0 Centimetre. Product Depth:32.0 Centimetre. Product Weight:1.62 Kilogram.

  • First Pottery
    First Pottery

    First Pottery £10.99 Make and paint a variety of clay pots with this cool kit. Learn the basic techniques of pottery to create pinch pots, slab pots and coil pots from the air-drying clay then decorate them with the colourful ceramic paints. Contents: 1.2kg air-drying clay, rolling pin, modelling tool, 12 x 2.3ml ceramic paints, paintbrush, guide. Less More Add Not suitable for children under 36 months Adult supervision required Tweet

  • Galt Galt Dr Miriam First Farmyard Puzzle
    Galt Galt Dr Miriam First Farmyard Puzzle

    A wooden tray peg puzzle with 6 lift-out animals. The chunky pegs are ideal for a young child to hold as they match the animal to the space in the tray. Encourages manual dexterity and shape recognition. All wood is from renewable sources. Part of a range of baby toys developed with Dr Miriam Stoppard, the UK`s most trusted parenting expert. Includes a play guide written by Dr Miriam with tips on how to play with this toy in the most beneficial way while having fun!. Warning! Not suitable for children...

  • Galt First Knitting
    Galt First Knitting

    Create a knitted bag, cute purse and fun pompom scarf using the French knitter, knitting needles and pompom tool. Learn how to knit using the detailed step by step guide.

  • Galt First Puzzles Opposite Puzzles
    Galt First Puzzles Opposite Puzzles

    16 colourful and amusing puzzles to encourage understanding of the concept of opposites. The 2-piece puzzles introduce commonly used words and draw from a child's own experience to stimulate discussion and language development.