This shapes jigsaw puzzles has 3 different puzzles but creatively packaged in one whole wooden piece to make learning more fun and diversified.
Piece together different shapes and sizes to make 4 cylinders. Comes in attractive rainbow colors.
Kids explore patterns and shapes, compare sizes and count things. Mathematical learning is readily available when the kids engage piecing this geometric puzzle.
You do not need to pull your hair when teaching fractions to kids. Make learning fractions fun with this handy shapes jigsaw puzzles.
Simply take out each piece of the fraction and ask how many were taken out. And the most fun feature is that each fraction comes in fruit shapes.
Hey this is another creative way to encourage your kids to eat more fruits.
Buy some kiwi and a plastic knife. Get your kid to cut the kiwi into half.
How many pieces are there now? Two pieces make one whole kiwi?
Match this with the fraction puzzle and what is the fraction you see – ½. That is the magic fraction number!
Such a handy and fun tool to learn fractions!
A fantasy tetris blocks of castles, dragon and princess. Well, we all know how piecing this puzzle can help in your kids brain development.
But encourage your kids to learn beyond this puzzle, think out of the “puzzle’.
Challenge them to make a short story.
Ask them questions. What do you think the dragon is thinking? Is the princess lost or waiting for her prince to rescue her from the dragon?
According to research published in Developmental Psychology in 2012, children who were observed playing with shapes jigsaw puzzles performed better at tasks involving mental transformation of 2-dimension shapes than of those who did not participate in puzzle play.
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