KiwiClings will cling to any smooth, shiny surface such as glass, mirrors, laminated surfaces, whiteboards, whiteware and glazed ceramics.
They are durable (25% thicker on average than competing brands) and can be re-used over and over again!
This set: Fun stickers suited to small fingers. Great fun with assorted shapes, children can learn colours and maths as they play.
Includes: 70 stickers - 10 each of 7 designs.
these are great for kids across a wide age bracket. a good mix of shapes and colours you can use them to teach kids about a lot of things including counting, colour mixing and animal habitats. i found them quite durable though one of the younger testers was teething and found them very satisfying to chew on which did some damage. the stick really well to a clean window or porch door as well as a smooth surfaced fridge and freezer. i also found they stuck really well to the big whiteboard we have in the lounge. very cute and kiwi made makes them a good buy.
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