Introduce your little one to the world of puzzles with this fun and colourful Touch and Feel Puzzle. The different textures will entertain little fingers and help them with matching and sorting each of the pieces into their correctly shaped slot. This is a great way to stimulate the senses, as well as being an excellent educational tool for early development.
✓ Contains five puzzle insect pieces to fit together✓ A fun and educational toy for toddlers and children of all ages.✓ This insect puzzle is designed to develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
This Touch and Feel Puzzle is perfect for your curious explorer! They'll love exploring all of the different textures on this puzzle board. There are so many benefits from playing with this tactile puzzle board, including improved hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills Kids will love the ladybugs, caterpillars, butterflies and dragonflies in this colorful scene! Made from responsibly sourced wood, it encourages fine motor skills. The five wooden puzzle pieces provide a different sensory experience with texture sorting puzzles to help children develop problem-solving abilities.
Peter & his wife Lizare started Bigjigs in 1985. Peter used to handmade wooden jigsaws at the bottom of his garden in the shed. Liz & Peter were both teachers so were always interested in educational toys, and this has always been a strong feature in all Bigjigs toys, strong child development is at the forefront of all design. Pete decided to upskill himself and become a Craft Design teacher. 2017, their two sons, Sam and Tom became the Directors. The company has expanded its operations to sell online as well as supplying other retailers in year 2018. Bigjigs Rail, Didicar, Tidlo and ZooBooKoo are all part of the Bigjigs family.
1. At what age is this suitable to play?
2. What skills will the toy help develop?
Develops hand-eye coordination and dexterity
3. How does this toy help child development?
Playing with puzzles is a key activity for children as it encourages them to stretch and challenge themselves physically, helping strengthen their muscles. This makes learning fine motor skills easier at an early age which can greatly impact physical activities later on in life such as drawing or singing.