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The Ziggidy Zag Wall Panel is an excellent Anatex toy that provides a head start on your child’s early development. This childcare toy was designed to help your toddler with those first steps in hand-eye coordination.
With this preschool toy for toddlers, children can grasp the colorful spiral circles and move them up and down within the panel. This ideal waiting room toy was designed to entertain and teach, allowing children to have a great time while fine-tuning their physical dexterity and perception skills. The wall panel comes with the necessary hardware to mount into any wall; therefore, placing this early learning toy in your doctor’s office or daycare is a breeze. Once installed, you will soon be watching children of all ages come together to delight in the fun times this preschool toy offers.
This waiting room toy features a simple design, which is accessible to even young children, while still providing excitement for older children. Motor skills are so important to a child’s full development that it is never too early to begin. Being able to grasp and pull and move the spiral circles in this toy will benefit your children, helping them take the first steps towards an excellent grasp at physical dexterity and perceptive knowledge
Dimensions: 24" X 24" X 2"
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Anatex was the first company to manufacture and distribute Rollercoaster wire bead maze frames in the United States and North America. They are proud to have been awarded the Parents Choice Classic which recognized the Rollercoaster as the Original. The Rollercoaster is also a Dr. Toy Best Classic Toys Winner. Their company was commended by the USC School of Business for its unique and innovative marketing plan of promoting toys through the American Academy of Pediatrics.