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🧩 Engaging Toddler Puzzles for Kids Age 2 to 4: Introducing QUOKKA Review




Revainrating 4 out of 5Β Β 
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Description of 🧩 Engaging Toddler Puzzles for Kids Age 2 to 4: Introducing QUOKKA

🎁 Educational App with 42 Puzzles Games as a Gift !!οΈπŸ“±. DURABLE 3 YEAR OLD PUZZLE: thanks to direct printing on wood our puzzles for toddlers have detailed images & words; No more paper that peels off or mid-age silk printing/ varnishing; Scratch- and water-resistant paints will survive any kid experiment. ANATOMY WOOD PUZZLES for Kids 2-4: with 2 large preschool puzzles kid learns human body parts functions - Organs Skeleton Muscles Circulatory System; Well polished boards and big jigsaw pieces are safe puzzles for toddlers 2 3 4 years. STURDY AND PEGLESS: you get safe plywood opposite to plywoods stuffed with sawdust or just glued chipboards that most puzzles are made of today; our toddler puzzles take little space as we laser-cut grooves besides elements vs pegs or knobs. TODDLER LEARNING TOYS: Human Body wooden puzzles boards are interesting for toddlers ages 2-4, kids ages 3-5 and even for kids ages 4-8; This educational set improves eye-hand coordination, logic, basic knowledge of our body and prepares for school. Safety assured: kids educational preschool wood puzzles made of 100% safe high-quality materials; US GREENGUARD Children Schools Certification for paint, FSC compliant wood Safety Standards; ASTM, EN-71, CE certificates for wood toys.


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Revainrating 4 out of 5

It's just fine, best in jigsaw puzzles

Fine. My toddler loves it (but he loves all the puzzles). It smelled as soon as you opened it. I think it comes from what they used to bind the wood particles. I almost returned it for that reason. I also had to sketch the drawings. The knee, the arm, the neck, for example, were just patches of color.

  • Great for a small home
  • Not sure

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Great learning aids for preschoolers

These are great jigsaw puzzles to help your child learn more about their body, both inside and out. I wish the puzzles were a bit bolder, and I'm wondering if the faded colors will fade or fade over time compared to a Melissa & Doug puzzle that will last for years of use.

  • Price
  • Easy torn

Revainrating 5 out of 5

HARD: Clothespin Puzzle

I love the fact that this puzzle is hard but I've seen others that made more sense. I don't like body part names. I think this is quite contradictory for a kid trying to learn body parts. My student had a little trouble placing the pieces, but all the other puzzles were too easy, so thank you.

  • Great Price
  • Some Errors

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Ideal for vocabulary development

This is an excellent quality product. The only problem at first glance is that since the laser cut and fit is so precise, it can be difficult to put the pieces back into the slots. I wanted to sand the edges of the piece myself but found that the edges softened on their own after a few games with my toddler.

  • Excellent construction
  • Definitely a bad product

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Excellent Puzzle: Puzzle

I actually bought this purchase error. πŸ˜‚ I was in a hurry to buy gifts for my son's 4th birthday and thought it would be a dress up puzzle. For example, you try on different clothes for people. Ha ha. I'm keeping it. I really like the big puzzle pieces and the board. I just can't watch this for too long or I'll shut up. Rschunimagu. But for him it will be a great opportunity to find out what he's made of.

  • Decent performance
  • Almost never

My son is 3.5 years old and isn't very good at jigsaw puzzles. I bought it so he can train. He loves to. He was already interested in the human body, so this topic was perfect for him. It's a nice change of pace when he's playing with leggos and blocks all the time. CONS: Parts are difficult to grasp even for adults. Sometimes he gets upset about it.

  • Everything is fine!
  • So-so

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Beautiful but difficult to assemble

My 3 year old is an expert at puzzles that are advanced for her age. I bought this puzzle purely for the knowledge, not the difficulty. Unfortunately these are pieces of wood that haven't been cut properly and unless you line the piece up exactly in place it won't even fit. I had problems with that too. My 3 year old doesn't like it and doesn't want to put this puzzle together again.

  • Free for educational purposes
  • Modern

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Great educational product!

My 3 year old grandson loves these puzzles. He has anatomy books that he loves, but the jigsaw puzzle is his favorite toy. the first thing he wants to play with in the morning. He's so into anatomy. He plays with them in different ways. He likes to record the pieces with or without a base. Again and again he is asked questions about different parts of the body and organs. Now he knows them by heart. It's nice to see his curiosity thrive. Maybe we have a future doctor in the house.

  • New
  • Only available in white

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Great idea but not realised.

I bought this puzzle set for my little granddaughter who is very interested in how the human body works. She asks what's in different body parts, and she liked seeing the muscles, skeletons, and other body parts (many of which she called "toast"!). However, there are some problems: 1) Strong odor. After unpacking and after more than a few days, this smell persists and is not very pleasant. My house is full of very sensitive noses and she smells like Ikea furniture. One of the cheapest end…

  • One year trial period
  • Some difficulties