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Pretty Petals Cultivator & Trowel Set

Item # 6282

$7.99

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Cultivate creativity in the garden with this two-piece durable, child-sized garden tool set for kids three and older. Sturdy metal digging prongs on the cultivator and a sturdy metal scoop on the trowel, a sweet flower design, and bright colors on the easy-clean handles make gardening activities exciting and enjoyable! Tools store neatly with handy loops for hanging. Whimsical and playful Sunny Patch designs inspire kids to take their imaginations on the move and discover the wonders of the world around them.

Details

  • 2-piece kid-sized garden tool set (cultivator and trowel) with a flower theme
  • Features sturdy metal prongs and scoop and easy-to-grip plastic handles
  • Includes a handy loop on each for hanging
  • Promotes gross motor skills, hands-on exploration, and outdoor play
  • Makes a great gift for 3- to 6-year-olds, for hands-on, screen-free play
  • 2 tools, approximately 9" long each; 6" x 11" x 2" pkg

Specs

  • Product: 6" x 2" x 11" Packaged 0.5 lbs
  • Package: 11" H x 6" W x 2" L

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Discover Countless Ways To Play
  • CAN YOU DIG IT?: Pretend you are a miner digging for coal, an explorer searching for buried treasure, or an archaeologist uncovering ancient bones and artifacts! Tell a story about where you are digging and what you will do with the treasures you find.

  • GARDEN INSIDE: Use construction paper to create brown "dirt," colorful "flowers," and drops of "water"! Play gardener using the tools.

  • WONDERFUL WORDS: Write your name or a message in a patch of dirt or in the sand, using the trowel as your writing tool. When you want to erase it, use the cultivator!