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Product Description

COMFY BUM CHAIR BAG

A CUSHIONED CHAIR POCKET to keep your bum comfy.

Comfy Bum! Comfy Kids!

  • Innovative design on classroom seat sacks.
  • Large storage pockets hold scrapbooks and drink bottles.
  • Keeps belongings within easy reach and neat and tidy.
  • No more hard plastic chairs all day.
  • Comfy kids do better at school.
  • Less fidgeting means better concentration.
  • Designed by an Australian teacher.
  • Great for kids with sore joints or muscles.

FEATURES

  • Cotton, non-toxic foam, durable and strong.
  • 4 fabulous colours.
  • Easy to attach.
  • Personalised name tag.
  • Secure elastic and velcro strap.
  • 2 CONVENIENT SIZES
  • SMALL for chairbacks up to 14” wide (35cm) Kindergarten – Grade 3.
  • LARGE for chairbacks up to 20” wide (50cm) Grade 4 and up.

PERFECT FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL.

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