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Kids Dual Art Center

by Martin/Universal

The Kids Dual Art Center constructed of smooth, natural blond hardwood. One side is a chalk board and the other is a dry erase white board. Includes a pack of 8 crayons, pack of chalk, scissors, poster paint, and a brush. Recommended for ages 4 to 11.

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