How does the human body work? This 5-layer wooden puzzle successively introduces children to the skeleton, blood circulation, organs, and muscles with colorful patterns.
Don't be afraid, all the details are nicely drawn and when the last pieces of the puzzle are put in place, a nice little girl appears (clothing layer). A great educational activity at home or in the classroom to teach children about their own body.
Each of the five layers focuses on a different system that exists within the human body.
Kids learn about the body by figuring out which layer goes first, second, third, and so on.
This puzzle is actually contains 5 puzzles in 1 with each layer consisting of 5-6-pieces.
Discover the world of numbers 1 to 4 through this set of four wooden puzzles, each accompanied by matching geometric shapes for an interactive and educational playtime. These puzzles offer a simple yet engaging way to introduce early math concepts to your child. Each puzzle measures: 15 x 6.5 x 2.5 cm.
The Butterfly Puzzle is an excellent resource for teaching zoology or offering a fun animal activity for primary, toddler and elementary-level children.
Made from high quality plywood with a satin-touch wood finish, each piece features a wooden knob for easy removal, and the silk-screened image is protected by a clear coat, ensuring long-lasting enjoyment and convenient storage.
Dimensions: 24 x 24 x 0.5 cm (about 9.5 x 9.5 x 1/32 inches).