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Fun educational tangram game that helps children learn words, spelling and pattern recognition
Unleashes their creativity while they play & learn
Includes 50 double faced cards, totals 100 designs
Portable and lightweight
Blocks made from wood
For age 3+ (toy safety guidelines below)
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This product contains small parts and is a choking hazard so not suitable for children under 3 years old. Parental supervision advised.
Bought for my grandchildren they love it
Love educational toys. Can't wait until Christmas.
Great little game and really makes the little one thing about patterns.
Grandchildren aged 4 and 5 love this puzzle, playing with it for hours. Even started making up their own sequences. Highly recommend this toy.
Twin nephews age 4 loved it!
Kept everyone happy during quiet times this summer holiday, endless fun for all ages
Great mind developing puzzle. My grandsons (5 and 4) love it!
I gave the set to two little girls, ages 5 and 7. The 5year-old is my main concern as she seems to have trouble working simple, age-appropriate jig-saw puzzles. The orientation of the pieces gives her trouble and she becomes quite frustrated. I include the 7year-old only because she dies this activity with her sister so that the younger sister won’t feel that she is doing "baby" things. The older sister is quite bright and ahead of her peers.
This set is excellent for the younger sister because it has pictures of the objects she is making. She is still having orientation issues and requires adult assistance, but she is working/ playing to overcome her problem. She is very proud of herself because she has learned the way to make a square into a diamond. She enters kindergarten tomorrow, and I don’t want her to fall behind. She enjoys her tangrams because she has the pictures to guide her. Her mom and I have to keep this a fun activity so she will stay motivated. If she dies have a serious learning problem, I want to catch it before it really gets in her way. I'm so glad I found this product. It was a bit out of my bailiwick having been a high school English teacher for 30 years. Thanks!
Fabulous way to see relationships and see new pictures with shape shifting.