SHAPE PUZZLE SET
With this puzzle, children will delight in the challenge of matching congruent shapes and colors, discerning between those that are different, and using shapes to replicate familiar objects and design their own patterns. Parents can introduce their children to space and geometry by helping them count corners and sides and learn the words to describe each one.
ICE CREAM PUZZLE SET
With our ice cream puzzle, your child can recreate her favorite dessert, whether it's an ice cream cone, a sundae, a popsicle, or merely a scoop of her favorite flavor. In a “practical” application of pretend play, children can learn to compare the colors and shapes of the puzzle pieces and counting scoops as she enjoys the cuteness of this puzzle.
Our puzzles are soft and cushy and can be put together in an infinite number of ways. They aren’t designed to fit in a mold or interconnect in a certain way. The pieces within each set share a common theme, but your child can also mix and match pieces from different sets. With our puzzles, there is no right and wrong — only the opportunity for originality! They are suitable and entertaining for children of all ages.
Children will master the alphabet and learn to spell with this puzzle! Simple activities, such as identifying the first letter of one’s name and assembling basic words for familiar objects. Toddler will have fun picking out the letters they know, pairing them with sounds, and learning new letters and letter-sound matches.
EMOTION PUZZLE SET
Expressing emotions and recognizing them is an important milestone in child development. Studies show that children who discuss feelings with their parents are better at regulating their emotions and coping with difficult interpersonal situations. Help a young toddler form an expression of happiness, sadness or anger, or watch as an older child illustrates a more complex emotion — then talk with your child about appropriate ways to identify and respond to feelings.
WORDS PUZZLE SET
The development of early childhood vocabulary is an important foundation for language development and early reading skills. In this puzzle set, parents can introduce words in a child’s everyday environment and use these words repeatedly to help them memorizing and understand the meaning of these words. Let your child choose their "words of the day" and learn the words in a fun and educational way!
FACES PUZZLE SET
This puzzle will inspire early questions and conversations about familial structure and what it means to be a family. Challenge your child to name each family member and compare them in terms of characteristics such as gender and age. Watch as your child “paints” a family portrait, then ask her to identify herself and the other members of your family in the picture.
FLOWER PUZZLE SET
In this puzzle set you will learn about flowers and it's parts. Each piece represents part of a flower — the petals, the stem, the leaves, or a nascent bud. Children can “plant” beautiful flowers on their own or with the help of a parent! Parents and children can analyze the similarities and differences between each flowers, name the color of each flower, and learn the word for each flower and its parts.