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, Manufacturer: Play Along
Large box mattress features unique “pillow top” body design for extraordinary comfort. I-beam vinyl construction w/full width gusseted raised pillow, built in beverage holders and snack bin. Durable 12.4-gauge vinyl w/perimeter rope. 83″X35″, inflated. Limited Edition, Manufacturer: Poolmaster
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, Manufacturer: Bandai
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, Manufacturer: Simba Toys
Uh-oh a T-Rex is on its way! But the brave caveman is waiting to trap it by tipping rocks on its head. Can you help the caveman catch the dinosaur? Includes T-Rex dinosaur, caveman figure, tree, vine and other jungle elements! T-Rex’s mouth opens and closes! Tree has a tipping function to drop rocks! Attach the caveman to the dinosaur’s back!
20 Reproducible Card Games That Give Children the Repeated Practice They Need to Really Learn and Use More Than 300 Words\n\nResearch shows that students need multiple encounters with a new word before they know it well enough to comprehend it in text. Th