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Shape Sorter Tote-Along Ball

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The Shape Sorter Tote-Along Ball is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children from six months to three years of age with fine motor or perceptual disabilities. This three-dimensional plastic ball is equipped with a carrying handle and has cut-out shapes on the top section which correspond to the shapes of the included plastic blocks. Children match the shapes to the cut-outs and place them inside. The blocks can be removed from the ball through a large hole in the top. The toy can also be used to teach color and shaperecognition.


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Fisher-Price, Inc., A Division Of Mattel, Inc.
Fisher-Price, Inc., A Division Of Mattel, Inc. Organization Type: 
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Phone: 800-432-5437
Fax: 716-687-3494
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Blind & Low Vision, Recreation