Wooden magnetic maze boards have been recalled as it poses a choking hazard to children. The plastic wand can separate and exposes magnets which can be swallowed.
About 18,500 of the Lakeshore Learning Materials products were sold nationwide from January 2009 – May 2010. The wooden boards have a clear plastic sheet that covers small wooden or plastic pieces located inside a maze. The top of the board reads: “Who’s Hiding in the Garden?,” “Who’s Hiding in the Ocean?,” “Magnetic Counting Maze,” “Magnetic Alphabet Board” or “My Community Magnetic Board.”
Consumers should immediately take this toy away from children and contact Lakeshore to receive a free replacement product on (800) 428-4414 or www.lakeshorelearning.com.
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