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Outdoor Wooden Buckets and Scales Set

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Product Code: EY04163

A large set of wooden scales with coloured metal buckets, for indoor or outdoor use.

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£99.95 ex VAT £ 119.94 inc VAT

Outdoor Wooden Buckets and Scales Set

A large set of wooden scales with coloured metal buckets, for indoor or outdoor use.

Children will love initiating their own learning and investigations, while filling the buckets with sand, water, stones, etc.

A great resource for children to access independently and initiate their own learning and investigations. Please note that these scales are not mathematically precise

    Features

  • Material: Wood
  • Height: 60 cm
  • Width: 55 cm
  • Brand: TTS
  • Suitable for outdoor storage: No
  • Age Range: Suitable for age 3 years and up

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  • 4/5 stars
    17 Nov 2016

    Children have loved using tis equipment in the garden and it has offered lots of opportunities to introduce new concepts, such as weighing on a large scale.

  • 4/5 stars
    08 Mar 2016

  • 5/5 stars
    21 Jan 2016

  • 1/5 stars
    01 Oct 2015

    these scales do not support the learning for balancing. it is either heavy or light due to the scales not balancing level. After having 2 products, both being the same, the customer service explanation was that they are not designed for balancing but just to show what is heavy or light . I think that this is a poor explanation especially for something that is supposed to be an educational experience.

  • 4/5 stars
    08 Jul 2015

  • 1/5 stars
    03 Jul 2015

    Scales didn't balance when buckets empty so completely useless to teach children about weight. When we rang to complain we were told 'they're just a toy'! Pointless!!

    Our Response Thank you for your recent feedback. We love to hear from our customers at TTS. I can assure you that this will be passed on for investigation and someone will be in contact with you shortly.
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