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Palaver Stress Relief Squeezing Balls 1/3-Pack for Kids and Adul
Palaver Stress Relief Squeezing Balls 1/3-Pack for Kids and Adul
ð PREMIUM QUALITY SKIN - Our Beads Ball is made with 100% high-quality thermoplastic rubber and is individually checked to ensure the best quality. Each skin is sealed with a premium plugging technology to prevent any balls from breaking or bursting.
ð STRESS RELIEF TOOL SET FOR KIDS amp; ADULTS - Stress balls is one of the coolest relaxation toys for kids, no wonder it has been a favorite school and therapy prize for a long time. This cool water beads ball set provides an engaging opportunity to improve focus and relieve anxiety. Itâs also one of the ideal calming toys for autistic kids or an adult who is having a stressful day at work. Set of 3 which is perfect for family, office mates, siblings, friends and more.
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ð FUN SENSORY EXPERIENCE - Try stretching the ball and enjoy hearing the squishy sound of the beads, try squeezing the ball and feel the beads sliding between your fingers or throw them in the air and catch them. Itâs definitely a fun sensory experience!
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This toy is suitable for children 0 - 7and 14-18 years old.
Instructions for use: Vent grapes, you canÂ out the beads from the inside of the mesh, feel cool, colorful bead, visually stunning. The beaded texture is soft and elastic, and the net is white, 6 cm wide. Hold it in your hand or beat it.
Note: At the time of pinching, the knotted part of the outside net bag is placed on the palm of the hand, and the glossy grape is facing outwards. This can increase the service life of the product, and it is also more convenient to pinch out small grape grains.
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