Miniland Anatomically Correct Baby Doll African Boy, 21 cm
MMiniland Anatomically Correct Baby Doll African Boy, 21 cm
Miniland Educational doll collections are an important educational resource which helps comprehend the concepts of family, population groups, the basic rules of relationships and coexistence, respect for racial and sexual diversity.
Made in Spain, these anatomically correct dolls are dressed in their underwear and vanilla scented to smell like a new born baby.
The dolls have well-defined ethnic features to aid the identification of the most representative races.
The dolls can be articulated. Made in Phytalates-free vinyl, they are soft and flexible to the touch.
Suitable for 18 months +
The fact that the dolls have a gender allows children to make an important difference between them, strengthening knowledge of differential facts. They do not contain batteries or make any sound, so the dolls do what the child want them to.
This differentiates them from other dolls that subject the child to a specific play pattern. The variation in available models means that there is always a particular model for a specific need.
Furthermore, the dress collections foster manipulative skills and help toddlers become familiar with different types of zippers and buttons. Doll accessories feature a wide range of details and are of the highest quality.
The dolls can not be bathed.
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- This is a ready to ship product, meaning typically is would be shipped within 24 hours (excluding weekends and NSW Public Holidays)
- Standard shipping is $10
- 30 day full exchange or money back. You are responsible for return postage.
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