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Princess Puzzles

product code: 138416

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Let's put the four princesses together: we can try one at a time, or all four in one go! Look out for matching colours and shapes that fit together, and before you know it you'll have four beautiful princesses. We can talk about their dresses and hair, and give them names.

This pack of four different puzzles allow your little one to use their thinking skills to solve the puzzles, while boosting communication skills when talking about the pictures. The bright colours and fun images will inspire the imagination, and the chunky pieces are easy for little hands to hold.

Suitable from 24 months.

Quick facts:

-4 different vehicles
-3-piece puzzles
-Perfect size for little hands
-Boost problem-solving and dexterity skills

How does this help my child ?

  • Creativity

    This toy enables your child to express themselves artistically.

  • Problem solving
    Problem solving

    These toys teach your child to work things out for themselves.


  • Weight: 0.5 kg
  • Height: 13 cm
  • Width: 18 cm
  • Depth: 4 cm

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