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ECR4Kids SoftZone Lincoln Tunnel Foam Climber

Daycare and preschool age children can safely explore new heights by climbing up steps and through tunnels on this sectional foam structure
Soft and sturdy polyurethane foam shapes are covered with reinforced, phthalate-free vinyl in bright primary and secondary colors
Encourages movements and actions of the muscles to develop motor skills

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Up, down and throughout. Kids can be captivated by way of all of the amusing tunnels and comfortable corners within the ECR4Kids Lincoln Tunnel Climber. This distinctive climber includes a tunnel, stairs, slide and further Comfortable area for youngsters to explore. Tunnels are built the usage of upper-density foam to stay children protected whilst they are enjoying. Comfortable, strong, polyurethane foam shapes are coated in bolstered, phthalate-free vinyl to create a comfortable and stimulating studying setting. As well as, the SoftZone Lincoln Tunnel Climber has achieved GREENGUARD [GOLD} Certification, is CPSIA-compliant for safety and adheres to CA-117 requirements for fire retardancy.
Daycare and preschool age children can safely explore new heights by climbing up steps and through tunnels on this sectional foam structure
Soft and sturdy polyurethane foam shapes are covered with reinforced, phthalate-free vinyl in bright primary and secondary colors
Encourages movements and actions of the muscles to develop motor skills
For use inside a home, playroom, daycare or pre-school
Measures 59.25″ W x 59.5″ D x 15″ H; colors vary
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