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Sportime Fleece Bean Bags, 5 Inches, Assorted Colors, Set of 12

By: Sportime Item#: 024317
Touching and tossing these Soft Fleece Beanbags provides sensory fun for everyone. Traditional square shapes (measuring 5 x 5 inches) are perfect for tossing games, relays, juggling, hop scotch, cornhole, and many other interactive activities. Exterior of each beanbag has allover fuzzy fleece and has double-sewn, inside-the-bag edges for durability, making them these the most user-friendly (and favorite) beanbags in your classroom. Set includes 12 Beanbags with two in each color. Designed for ages 4 and up. Each bean bag is approximately 3.2 ounces.

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  • Soft fleece bean bags provide pleasant feel in hands and offer non-threatening tossing and catching
  • Double-sewn edges provide non-fraying durability and rip resistance to keep pellets securely inside each bean bag
  • Square bean bags are perfectly sized and weighted for throwing, catching, kicking, and beyond
  • Rainbow colors (2 beanbags per color) make it easy to divide students up into groups, teams, or color-coded activities for class, physical education, or recreational games

What's in the Box

Set of 12 Fleece Beanbags Include Two in Each Color:
  • Red
  • Yellow
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Violet
  • Orange


Item #:024317


Grade Level:Early Childhood-Elementary

Selling UOM:Set of 12

Ship Method:Parcel

Certifications:Not Applicable

Safety:No Choking Hazard

Allergens:Contains No Allergens


Age Range:4+ years


Description:5 Inch Fleece Bean Bags


Material Type:Fleece

Size:5 in

Sportime Fleece Beanbags, 5 Inches, Assorted Colors, Set of 12 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Soft & Fun! Bought these for my Adapted students indoor home use during virtual APE sessions. They are super soft, good weight for tossing to self, to parter, to target, or even for use with a lightweight racket. With rackets, my students are self tossing and practicing catching with the racket or repeat striking upwards. They don't roll away like a ball does, so it's been a fun new way to practice striking.
Date published: 2020-09-13

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