- Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
Orchard Toys Giant Farm
- Award winning puzzle
- Huge, colourful puzzle - 61.5cm x 88cm
- 45 large, chunky pieces
- Suitable for ages 3 to 6
- Activity guide included to increase play value
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It's a busy day at the farm, with so many animals to look after. This huge puzzle, measuring 61.5cms x 88cms, has 45 big, chunky pieces, so it is perfect for children aged from 3 to 6 years. The brightly coloured illustration shows all sorts of farmyard animals and activities, so there is plenty to talk about, which enhances your child's literacy skills. What sound does the horse make? What is standing in the ploughed field, and why is it there? What different types of birds can you see? What is in the bucket by the stable door? Which animal do we get wool from? Why is the girl with the horse wearing a special hat? What colour is the tractor? What is to the right of the house? You can also encourage your child to count - how many feathered creatures are there in the picture? How many sheep in the field? How many eggs in the basket? This award-winning puzzle has an activity guide on the back of the box with more ideas to increase the play value, and the wipe-clean finish means that the puzzle will withstand plenty of use .
Complete this extra large puzzle and learn about familiar farm animals. Comes with a fun activity guide. Measures 61.5cm x 88cm, contains 45 pieces. This puzzle supports communication, language, literacy and a knowledge and understanding of the world. It is also suitable for national curriculum English.
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Excellent product. My 2 and a half year old twin grand girls just love it!Published on 29 Sept. 2014 by Carol Plumb
Great puzzle played with most days by our grandson. Would definitely recommend as the pieces are large enough for little hands to use.Published on 3 Mar. 2014 by Dave T.