My Hebrew Name Puzzle - 2 Line - Damhorst Toys & Puzzles Inc Store
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My Hebrew Name Puzzle - 2 Line

$84.95

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Availability: Allow approximately 3 weeks for creation and delivery

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$84.95
  • Description
Item #: 510

  • Please separate each number in the child's name field with a comma, and a dash between the first and second name
  • Visit http://www.my-hebrew-name.com to translate an English name to Hebrew
  • Use the character key in the picture to place your order in the "Child's Name" field
  • Enter the corresponding number to represent each Hebrew letter for the child's name
  • NOTE: The letters will appear on the stool as entered in the Child's Name field. Example matches picture
  • This item is constructed with our toughest 3/4" Maple Euro-Ply, the leather strap is excellent for hanging
  • A dot of color matching each letter is placed on the inside of the board puzzle to allow the child to match the color of the letter with its proper place
  • Each letter has a small wooden knob for pulling pieces out, fantastic for improving the pincer grasp
  • Allow approximately 3 weeks for delivery (Item will be started only after name confirmation via email)
  • FREE shipping in the continental U.S.!!

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