Explore the magnificent beauty under the ocean floor. It is teeming with beautiful sea life. This 48 piece floor puzzle allows kids to visualize that stunning beauty in a 2 x 3 feet masterpiece. The pieces are extra thick so they won’t damage easily.
The Blue’s Clues & You! Talking Build-a-Blue Puzzle is a 9-piece set that builds a fun Blue’s Clues farm scene with Blue and a cow. Fans of the show will love assembling the puzzle and pressing the interactive buttons to hear sounds and phrases from the show. It’s great for building problem-solving skills.
The Latches Wooden Activity Board is a great first activity for young children. It introduces them to six different latches from ones that hook and click to slide and snap, and more! There’s an element of discovery and surprise for kids when they learn to open the latches and find what’s hiding behind the sealed doors. With six doors to discover, there are six surprises awaiting for kids. Kids will discover a world of fun with colors, numbers, animals, and so much more!
Ever wonder how our solar system looks beyond the outer boundaries of Earth? Well, this fantastic puzzle showcases our wonderful solar system from Earth and Mars to Saturn and Jupiter, kids will discover all eight planets in our solar system. It’s both educational and fun to build this 48 piece floor puzzle set.
How did all these dinosaurs go extinct millions of years ago? This fantastic jumbo dinosaur floor puzzle allows kids to experience dinosaurs that lived millions of years ago. It’s a 48 piece puzzle set that kids will love building. Puzzles are great for building problem-solving skills as well as eye-hand coordination.
We’ve all heard the story of the Three Little Piggies, but this preschool puzzle logic game is something different. It’s a puzzle game where kids have to place the piggies’ houses in the correct place on the game board. Kids either have to make the pigs play outside the houses or keep the pigs safe from the big bad wolf. With 48 puzzles, it gradually builds in challenge. It’s a cute toy, which helps children develop spatial reasoning early in life.
Jigsaw puzzles are fun but this puzzle is a nice change of pace. Not only will she have to use her spatial and fine motor skills, but she will have to use her critical and problem solving skills to solve it. The idea is to build different castles that appear on the various challenge cards. With 45 different challenges of varying difficulty, it starts off easy but the challenges become progressively harder.
Children will be challenged by this unique puzzle game. Inside this large transparent sphere, there is a winding maze with a steel ball. Children have to flip, twist, and rotate the sphere so that the ball gets to the end on the maze without falling out. If the ball falls, you have to start over. Perplexus Rookie is a simpler version of the puzzle that is perfect for 5 year old children.
Rubik’s Revolution is back! Previously a 2008 Toy of the Year award-winner, Rubik’s Revolution is a one-player and multiplayer game. It’s all about fast and challenging cubic action. It offers 6 fast-paced, electronic games including light speed in one device! In one game you have to quickly tap the correct colored light rotating the cube to find it, then pass it to a friend. You continue on until it buzzes. The player who misses the light loses. Another game has you attempting to repeat the color pattern. Features include sounds, lights, and various skill levels that will keep you playing for hours! It’s easy to learn and play but difficult to master. Can you beat your friends?
Kanoodle is the ultimate stocking stuffer. This puzzle is small enough to carry anywhere and bring out whenever you’re bored. There are 100 different challenges that go from flat rectangle puzzles to 3D pyramid puzzles. You pick a puzzle and have to insert the remaining pieces to solve the puzzle. They may never get on their phone when they’re bored again.