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Small World Scenery: Pyramids

The Sphinx and pyramids of Giza

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Large panoramic poster of the Sphinx and pyramids of Giza. Ideal to use as a small world play backdrop in your school or early years setting. Display at child height to encourage unique storytelling and imaginative play. They serve as a great reference point and children will enjoy incorporating the scenes in to their play. The PDF consists of several A4 pages which can be printed and put together to form one large seamless picture. The photograph is courtesy of kallerna on Wikimedia and is provided under the creative commons license.

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