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  • Secret Agent Activity Tote
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Secret Agent Activity Tote

  • Recommended Age: 7-8 Year Old
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Description


Pick a pen and play!

It 's as easy as that! Each page has instructions so kids know exactly what to do. Some games are for 1 player, some for 2. Many games can be played again and again and all of them are dry-erase. So pass the book around and see who can uncover the most secret agent fun!

Activities include: No-clue Crossword, Nim, Word Find, Secret Numbers game, Math Miracle, Spy Alias, Hangman, mazes, codes, optical illusions and more!

Why kids love this item:

It 's an undercover world of secrets and espionage - and great games that keep young detectives busy for hours. Book opens with a lay-flat binding so it 's easy to write, easy to wipe, and easy to play again and again! It 's packed with lots of activities and is a simple, everything-included, take-along tote for waiting rooms, restaurants, planes, back seats, and any time there 's down time!

Includes:

- 17 pages of activities and games

- 2 write & wipe pens

- 1 clean-up cloth

- Packaged in a carry-along tote

- Book measures 9 x 8 1/2 x 3/4



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  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards
  • Choking Hazard 3 - Small parts not for children under 3 years