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Toddlers Educational Posters Kids Preschool Posters Learning Pos


Product description

Toddlers educational posters kids preschool posters learning posters for kindergarten, school, classroom wall decorations, days of the week poster alphabet numbers and more, 8 pieces

Each poster is 16 inch x 11 inch
Set of 8 prints:
Alphabet chart
Days of the week chart
Months of the year
Weather chart
Number chart 1-10
How to tell time

The bright colors and illustration:
The vivid images and colorful schemes stimulate the curiosity of kids. The educational posters for toddlers are designed with bright colors, which are eye-catching design and helps kids maintain positive attitudes and self-confidence. The suitable size is suitable for toddlers to hold or carry. The learning posters for classroom are a nice tool for practicing or beginning to recognize letters and numbers.

The dry erasable features:
The preschool posters for the wall are made of 250 gsm cardstock. Double sides covered with quality PET film for added durability, waterproof, tear-proof. The school posters for walls could dry erasable with water-based markers, without any cleaning trouble.

Package included:
8 x Educational preschool posters
3 Sheets glue point dot (total 60)

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