12 months & up. Children will delight in discovering items, making connections, and sparking their imagination while building fine motor skills with this wooden Peek A Boo Puzzle. This puzzle is an exciting opportunity to teach children object permanence or shape recognition. Included is a blank template to create your own surprises for children to find under the shapes. Each puzzle piece has a knob attached so children can easily grip and move them.
2 years & up. Each puzzle has 5 pieces labeled for identification and encouraging early reading skills. Large knobs make grasping easy for little hands. Set includes transportation, wild animals, insects, farm animals, reptiles, fruit and vegetables. Each puzzle measures 12" x 14" x 0.5" thick.
12 months & up. Extra large knobs make it easy for small hands to remove each brightly colored piece. Matching full color pictures are underneath. These super sized, solid wood puzzles with extra chunky 0.5" thick pieces are the perfect first puzzles. Set of 2 puzzles including farms and shapes.
9 months & up. Identify colors and shape by placing brilliantly colored geometric pieces in corresponding spaces. Each geometric piece is fitted with jumbo knobs, making it easy for children with small hands to grasp the pieces. Spaces on the board are colored to match the piece featuring the same color. Encourage color and shape recognition. Includes 5 pieces. Measures 8.75 "L x 8.75"W x 0.5"H.
9 months & up. Pick a strategy for matching...colors or sizes! Wooden circle puzzle includes 5 circle pieces from 2" to 5" in diameter. Includes stickers to color code base circle cutouts and also comes with matching easy-to-grasp knobs in red, yellow, blue, orange, and green. The jumbo knobs make pieces easy to grip and manipulate.
2 years & up. From colorful fish to safari animals, this set of familiar themed peg puzzles makes the perfect starter set for any classroom. They feature easy-grasp pegs, wooden construction, and visual clues under each piece. With specific shapes, children can easily correct themselves if the puzzle piece is in the wrong place. These puzzles promote hand-eye coordination, fine motor development, and problem-solving skills. Each puzzle has 6-9 pieces.