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The Early learning centre make my first lift out puzzle, at least that’s what they call it. I have one at work that I often put out for the children to do.
This puzzle is suitable for a child aged over 12 months old would say it would be fine for a 2 year old a 3 year old might want something slightly more challenging. I work in a special needs school and we use it with our, 5 year olds.
This is a rectangular wooden tray peg puzzle. There are 12 pieces each will fit into its own shaped hole. Each piece has a small yellow peg on it. The pieces are a cat , a cup and saucer, a butterfly , a house, a flower , an apple , a rainbow , a tree , a lorry, a teddy , a truck and a fish.
The puzzle[pieces are good colours and of everyday objects which your child should recognise. This toy is good for your child’s language development as while you are sitting alongside your child while they are doing this puzzle you can ask then the name of the puzzle piece, say it to them get them to repeat the name. They will soon be able to recognise and tell you the name correctly.
The puzzle pieces are a good size for little fingers and can be placed into position either using the peg or just the wooden puzzle piece. The pieces are quite easy to position. Your child will just need to fiddle the pieces turn them around a little.
This puzzle is good for your Childs fine motor control the small knobs helping them develop a pincer grip. It will help your child’s construction skills looking at shapes and working out /discovering which will fit. Good for their manual dexterity.
I think that this is a good puzzle. It is well made, should last many play hours, ideal to pass on to the next baby or sell as I am sure it will still be in good condition. It might get messy from sticky fingers but just wipe over with a cloth soaked in warm soapy water
You can buy this from the EARLY Learning centre on or off line for £7 its Catalogue Number: 113656 or buy it from Boots for £6 ! I saw this on line but I expect you can buy it in the shop . Debenhams also sell it on line for £7 and I guess in the high street shop too.
If you are buying for a child aged nearly one or just over I think this would be a fine gift
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