- fun alternative way to do a puzzle for kids
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Published on: 04 January 2015
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product code: 138417
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Quick, there's a flood coming! Let's build the puzzle so the animals can get to Noah's ark in time. We can count all the animals, and make sure there are two of every animal. Can you spot all the pairs of animals?
This fun puzzle works its way into a spiral, with Noah's ark right in the centre and all the animals making their way towards it. Playing together and talking about the story of Noah's ark and the flood is great for encouraging communication and social skills, while piecing the puzzle together will get your little one thinking carefully and practising their fine motor skills.
Suitable from 24 months.
-Noah's Ark puzzle
-24 piece circular puzzle
-Bright colours and fun pictures
-Boosts dexterity and problem-solving skills
This toy enables your child to express themselves artistically.
These toys teach your child to work things out for themselves.
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|Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 4 reviews|
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