• Learn about opposites by matching the 10 sets of photos. Simple opposites to pair with their corresponding photo. Develops the concept of opposites and hand-eye coordination.

  • Find the words that rhyme and you solve the puzzle.  Children love figuring out which words rhyme and matching the 2-piece puzzles. The images on each puzzle piece help early readers recognize the printed words. The puzzle pieces are self-correcting: each set fits together only one way.

  • Which comes first, the planting the seed or the sprouting flower? They'll recognize familiar objects and actions in the whimsical illustrations, and have fun assembling the 12 puzzles. When put together the right way, the illustration might show a child serving a plate and then eating, or putting on pajamas and getting into bed.

  • Learn simple sequencing while completing the self-correcting 3-piece puzzle. Which actions do we do first, second, or third?  Children will recognize familiar activities in the whimsical illustrations, and have fun assembling the 12 puzzles. When put together the right way, the illustration might show a child serving a plate and then eating, or putting on...

  • Remove the sturdy pieces and let the wild animals roam (9pcs).

  • Autumn Puzzle - wooden 9pcs

  • Baby Eating Puzzle - wooden 9pcs

  • This puzzle offer various options of playing.  Children can mix and match different parts of animals - either making animals as they should be or creating weird and funky new animals.