Puzzle activity cards offer a level of durability that traditional puzzle books might not be able to achieve. As with books, they offer a fun, screen-free alternative for keeping kids engaged. Plus, they’re perfect for young children who might not be as gentle on books as they would be on puzzle boards.
We like that these puzzle activity cards are brightly colored, which is a great way to teach colors to little ones. Children will also learn to follow patterns and recognize animals and words.
This set of puzzle activity cards is designed as an early introduction to STEM for children from ages 3 to 8. This sturdy set is perfect for classroom use.
Each pack of these puzzle flashcards comes with 56 cards, including 54 puzzle cards, a word list card and a card for parents with suggested uses and activities.
Teachers and parents will like that these puzzle activity cards are color-coded for nouns, verbs and other parts of speech so children can easily memorize sentence structure.
Children will use these puzzle activity cards to learn how to make shapes and even learn how to create letters. This educational toy is rated for children age 3 and older.
Make learning fun and frictionless. These flashcard puzzles are a simple, hands-on way to get your child learning. Keep a pack of these cards in your car, at home and wherever your child is during the day. Each set tackles a different subject and varies in material, size and ways of play. Choose one or choose them all so your child doesn’t miss out on anything!
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