EDUCATIONAL PUZZLES (Kiddies)
Colour Matching Tortoise
The triangles in the middle are fixed, the hexagons are loose and have to be placed next to the matching triangle. An additional hexagon is provided to cover the centre; the tortoise can then be used like a memory game.
Each number on this clock is in a different shape. Building this puzzle helps with shape recognition and shows where the numbers are positioned on a clock.
The dots of the ladybird are all slightly different; recognising these small differences is a step towards letter recognition which has to be mastered before learners can start to read. Age 5.
One to Ten
Colourful bars of different lengths in a frame assist with the first steps of addition and subtraction. Age 5-7.