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World Puzzle

Children love this puzzle.  The pieces are large, colourful and fit together comfortably.  The puzzle is very visual and has lots of the landmarks children know and recognise.  The Statue of Liberty, the Tour Eiffel, Big Ben are all there.  All sorts of animals feature on their continents: pandas in Asia, kangaroos in Australia, giraffes in Africa and the penguins of course!  There are also the Brazilian soccer player and some deep sea divers discovering what’s in the water.  It’s a super trip around the world.  And one that frequently asks for repeats.  Dr. Montessori explained that children who are asking to re-do a work have found it stimulating and are looking to perfect something within themselves.  So repetition is really encouraging…

Click here for link to World Floor Puzzle product description.

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