My First Everyday Lift Out Puzzle
product code: 135638
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Bright colours and bold pictures encourage your child to explore the lift out puzzle for themselves. Featuring everyday items like a teddybear, chair and book, this puzzle is a fun way of familiarising your little one with new things. Talking them through the pictures also helps them to build up a vocabulary and develop conversation skills. There are twelve pieces altogether, which are designed for little hands to grasp and improve their motor skills.
Suitable from 18 months.
-12 piece lift out puzzle
-Colourful images of everyday objects
-Helps develop hand-to-eye coordination, thinking and problem-solving skills
-Encourages your child to explore shapes
-Develop communication and social skills when playing together
-Improve fine motor skills
How does this help my child ?
Fine Motor skillsFine Motor skills
This toy helps your child to use their hands for precise movements.
Hand to Eye CoordinationHand to Eye Coordination
This toy helps your child to develop good reflexes.
Problem solvingProblem solving
These toys teach your child to work things out for themselves.
- Weight: 0.4 kg
- Height: 20.8 cm
- Width: 29 cm
- Depth: 2 cm
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Normally delivered within 3-5 days (exclusions apply including postcode restrictions and extended timescales). Exceptional delivery circumstances beyond our control such as bad weather or courier delays may cause your order to take longer to deliver.
FREE for orders over £40, otherwise £3.95
Order before 4pm for delivery on the next working day to UK mainland addresses. Regrettably this service is unavailable for deliveries to Northern Ireland.
£4.95 on all orders
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