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  • First Shapes Jumbo Knob Puzzle
  • First Shapes Jumbo Knob Puzzle
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First Shapes Jumbo Knob Puzzle

  • Recommended Age: 1 Year Old
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First Shapes Jumbo Knob Puzzle
$ 14.95$ 9.99 (10% OFF)
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Description


A charming cottage puzzle features familiar shapes.

- This extra thick wooden puzzle includes five pieces, with jumbo wooden knobs for easy grasping.
- Full-color, matching pictures appear underneath each piece.
- A great activity to encourage hand-eye and visual perception skills.

Dimensions: 1.5 x 12 x 12.2 Assembled

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BEFORE YOU DO THE PUZZLE:

At this age, it's not just about doing the puzzle. There is vocabulary (name the shape), find the shape (show other objects of similar shapes and help your child to find the other 'squares' and 'triangles') and story telling (about a house or a tree).

WHY WE LOVE THE PUZZLE:

This First Shapes Jumbo Knob Puzzle receives our seal of approval because the large pieces are easy to see, differentiate and easy to manipulate. We just love safe & durable wooden toys! There is a picture under each puzzle piece, making it easy for your little one to clean up all on their own!
  • As far as educational toys go there are two skills that Jumbo Knob First Shapes Puzzle encourages in your child. The first is matching the piece to the space where it belongs. Begin by taking only one puzzle piece out of the board and handing it to your child. Then help guide your childs hand to the empty spot to replace the piece.
  • The second skill that your child can practice is how to orient the piece to make it fit in its spot. You can help him/her by pointing out that the circle goes on top. To encourage your little one you can say Turn the piece. Almost there.
  • Once your child is able to replace one piece successfully try it with two and then work up to all five pieces. Its helpful to use simple words and directions such as where does the circle go?
  • As your little one puts each shape in its space ask what part of the house the shape fits. For example the door is a rectangle and the window is a square.
  • You can also use this puzzle to begin to teach prepositions. For example say The sun is ABOVE the house and The tree is NEXT TO the house.
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards