The Resource Happy hopperz turquoise unicorn, (toy)

Happy hopperz turquoise unicorn, (toy)

Label
Happy hopperz turquoise unicorn
Title
Happy hopperz turquoise unicorn
Subject
Genre
Cataloging source
NRAND
Characteristic
toy
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  • Balance toys
  • Fantasy toys
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Happy hopperz turquoise unicorn, (toy)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • A brightly coloured, soft and flexible inflatable unicorn with ears and a horn for children to grip on to whilst they try to bounce
  • "Happy Hopperz Turquiose Unicorn is a bright, inflatable animal that not only rivals the space hoppers of the 1970’s but takes BOUNCING to a whole new level. The Turquoise Unicorn has ears and a horn for children to grip on to and feet to steady the bounce. The unicorn is designed so that children are never more than 30 cms above the ground thus minimising the risk of injury, particularly for the youngest bouncers. During the process of your child bouncing, the unicorn's feet stabilise the bounce, for the more adventurous hoppers, up to the point of all four feet talking off (!) with immediate re-stabilisation when the feet make contact with the floor again – either the rear two, or all four at the same time. It can also be used as a ‘pre-walker’ aid, encouraging crawling babies to work their leg muscles and stimulate them into taking those wonderful first step."
  • On packaging: "Suitable from 12 months -5 years. Young children in play are unaware of potential dangers and hazards therefore adult supervision is essential."
  • Materials: made from EU approved phthalates, free pvc and contain no heavy metal elements
Carrier category
unmediated
Carrier category code
  • n
Carrier MARC source
rdamedia
Content category
tactile three-dimensional form
Content type code
  • tcf
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
40W x 65cm Lu
Extent
3 pieces: 1 bright turquoise inflatable unicorn, 1 pump, 1 metal adapter for the pump;
Media category
object
Media MARC source
rdacarrier
Media type code
  • nr
Label
Happy hopperz turquoise unicorn, (toy)
Publication
Note
  • A brightly coloured, soft and flexible inflatable unicorn with ears and a horn for children to grip on to whilst they try to bounce
  • "Happy Hopperz Turquiose Unicorn is a bright, inflatable animal that not only rivals the space hoppers of the 1970’s but takes BOUNCING to a whole new level. The Turquoise Unicorn has ears and a horn for children to grip on to and feet to steady the bounce. The unicorn is designed so that children are never more than 30 cms above the ground thus minimising the risk of injury, particularly for the youngest bouncers. During the process of your child bouncing, the unicorn's feet stabilise the bounce, for the more adventurous hoppers, up to the point of all four feet talking off (!) with immediate re-stabilisation when the feet make contact with the floor again – either the rear two, or all four at the same time. It can also be used as a ‘pre-walker’ aid, encouraging crawling babies to work their leg muscles and stimulate them into taking those wonderful first step."
  • On packaging: "Suitable from 12 months -5 years. Young children in play are unaware of potential dangers and hazards therefore adult supervision is essential."
  • Materials: made from EU approved phthalates, free pvc and contain no heavy metal elements
Carrier category
unmediated
Carrier category code
  • n
Carrier MARC source
rdamedia
Content category
tactile three-dimensional form
Content type code
  • tcf
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
40W x 65cm Lu
Extent
3 pieces: 1 bright turquoise inflatable unicorn, 1 pump, 1 metal adapter for the pump;
Media category
object
Media MARC source
rdacarrier
Media type code
  • nr

Library Locations

    • Lionel Bowen Library and Community CentreBorrow it
      669-673 Anzac Parade, Marouba, NSW, 2035, AU
      -33.938111 151.237977
    • Margaret Martin LibraryBorrow it
      Level 1, Royal Randwick Shopping Centre, Randwick, NSW, 2031, AU
      -33.9151421 151.2408898
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