Stick-EZY Letters

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These stick-on letters magically stick to any smooth surface suck as walls, glass, white boards, chalkboards, ceramic tiles etc. and can be easily peeled off leaving no residue. kids will be very curious and interested in playing with the letters by sticking on a wall and than taking them off again and again. Kids will naturally learn the letters of the alphabet and words they have created. No magnets or a magnetic board needed. The letters are washable, colorful, non toxic, odorless and environmentally friendly. There are 50 letters in each of the lower case and upper case sets.

  • Product Code : 22015Lower Case Blue/Red
  • Product Code : 22010Upper Case Case Blue/Red
  • Product Code : 22010Upper Case A 22010 and 22000
  • Product Code : 22005Lower Case Multicolor
  • Product Code : 22000Upper Case Multicolor

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