Lafayette Puzzle Factory contains an excellent assortment of puzzles. I love getting puzzles for Zoe and she loves putting them together. Don’t ever let anyone tell you your child is too young for a puzzle. She’s three and is doing puzzles for ages 5 – 8. My only warning would be to make sure they don’t still put puzzles pieces in their mouths. My kids no longer put puzzle pieces in their mouths but my son must be watched with them. He likes to break them in half, I think he’s into making more puzzle pieces for his sister.
Lafayette Puzzle Factory sent us two Crayola Chalkboard Floor Puzzles, and the Crayola Chalkboard Floor Puzzle sparked playtime in our neighborhood. To protect the kids in my neighborhood I’m not showing any photos with the kids playing, but as you can see, they had a great time.
Crayola created quite a few different versions of the same idea. You get a giant floor puzzle and put it together. Then you can sprawl out on the floor and draw to your hearts content. So there are quite a few ways this encourages play time and leaning. Logic of finding the ways to interlock the pieces and of course drawing helps dexterity and imagination. Zoe has started telling us stories from her drawing.
So the other puzzle is going to one lucky reader!
Visit Lafayette Puzzle Factory and let me know what other puzzle from there that you like.
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