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5th March 1999 at 00:00
* Active Education has developed a range of unusual and challenging puzzles for young children. This includes a range of multi-layer puzzles which introduce children to sizing, proportioning and colour and scroll puzzles, which have large, interestingly shaped pieces and illustrations on both sides. Active Education, Culm Leigh, Horn Road, Kentisbeare, Devon EX 15 2AX. Telfax: 01884 266565. Stand EY67

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