Made from solid wood and designed in the shape of a Noah's Ark, this brightly coloured peg puzzle is a great first birthday present. There are 6 pegs to remove and explore, each in the shape of a different animal.
Ten easy grip shapesof colorful fruits.
Learning goals -Visual recognition -Manual dexterity -Vocabulary and words Contents -1 puzzle frame -10 lift out shapes Creative play ideas Ten fruits are represented with knobs for easy manipulation. When children focus on the details of the object, it becomes easier for them to pay attention to how the object fits into the cutout of the puzzle board. Encourage interest in the puzzle by asking questions such as... "What is this fruit called?" "Does this fruit taste sweet or sour?" "What is the color of this fruit?" "What are the little dots on the watermelon and the strawberries called?" "Does this fruit grow in a tree?" "Do only people eat fruit?"
Easy grip knobs help children move pieces into place.
Learning goals -Visual recognition -Manual dexterity -Vocabulary and words Contents -1 puzzle frame -10 lift out shapes Creative play ideas Ten vehicles are represented with knobs for easy manipulation. When children focus on the details of the object, it becomes easier for them to manipulate the puzzle piece into place. Encourage interest in the puzzle by asking questions such as... "What does this vehicle do to help us?" "What color is this car/truck/trailer?" "Which one of these have you seen before?" "Have you ever flown in a plane?" "What should we call the person who drives this vehicle?"
Easy grip knobs help children move pieces into place.
• Visual recognition
• Manual dexterity
• Vocabulary and words
• 1 puzzle frame
• 10 lift out shapes
Thick chunky pieces make it easy for little hands to grab and hold on to. Chunky puzzle pieces are fun to play with on their own as well as fitting into their wooden puzzle board. Includes 7 marine life puzzle pieces plus board. Recommended for children aged 18-36 months.
Each puzzle piece is painted on all sides and can be removed from the puzzle and played with on their own, the pieces even stand up! Great for learning object recognition and orientation as a pre-reading skill, Janod puzzles are also perfect for developing puzzle and fine motor skills.
Fill your child's room with animals with Janod's Forest Chunky Puzzle. With a squirrel, fawn, fox, rabbit, owl, bear and duck on a brightly illustrated puzzle board, your little one will love playing with all of their new forest friends. Designed in France, each puzzle piece is painted on all sides and can be removed from the puzzle and played with on their own - the pieces even stand up. When it's time to put the puzzle together, beneath each piece the board is colored the same as the forest animal encouraging your child to learn color matching. Great for learning object recognition and orientation as a pre-reading skill, Janod puzzles are also perfect for developing puzzle and fine motor skills. Between playing with the puzzle pieces separately and putting the puzzle back together, play time will always be fun.
Chunky zoo animal puzzle pieces that are easy for little fingers to hold and play with! 18 months and up.
Learning what sound is produced from each music instrument! The instrument sounds play when each piece is placed in the proper slot.
All wood sound puzzle with engaging toddler sized knobs and the added cause-and-effect bonus of making a sound when the puzzle piece is firmly inserted! 7 different vehicle sounds printed by permanent non-toxic heat transfer and a silk screened printed color in the tray that corresponds to the color of the vehicle. Pairing the sound with the picture adds to the connection building avenues for this stage of development!
Great for learning object recognition and orientation
Puzzle makes animal's noise when animal is placed in correct spot
Each piece contains peg for easy lifting and placing back in the puzzle
Perfect for ages 18 months and above
Designed in France by Janod
The ABC's will fall into place with picture clues to reinforce letter sounds.
Sing the Alphabet song as your child places the pieces. Identify the pictures and practice beginning letter sounds. Once your child has mastered letter recognition, hand him random letters to place.
With ten numbered pieces and at least ten different activities, there are countless ways kids can play.
Count the number of pictures in each space before placing the puzzle piece. Count the dots on the puzzle frame and find the matching number. Identify the colors. Name the patterns.
Sturdy, stand-alone letters let kids practice their ABCs as well as form simple words.
Pick a letter and ask your child to identify it. Then place it in its correct spot. Have your child pick out the letters to spell his or her name
Sturdy lowercase ABCs can stand alone to spell words or fit into place to form the alphabet.
Practice spelling three-letter words by setting up a base and letting your child add the first letter. Take the letters out of the puzzle and stand them up to arrange in alphabetical order. Sing the alphabet song as your child places the pieces in the puzzle.
A six-sided puzzle encourages kids to re-create familiar farm friends. Once they figure out one animal, there are five more to try.
Problem Solving: Introduces logic, matching, spatial relationships, critical thinking, and an understanding of cause and effect. Fine Motor Skills: Promotes dexterity, hand/eye coordinations, and manipulations.