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Teaching animal facts to your kids will be more fun if you have puzzles for kids from All I Can Imagine. These puzzles are made from splinter proof wood, are 3d puzzles, and are finished with non-toxic finishes.
Each animal puzzle comes packed in their own wooden tray for safe keeping of all the pieces. Each puzzle has at least one piece that is an individual character of the animal you select such as a moose, bear, wolf, etc.
When it comes to teaching your kids about interesting wolf facts you can share these tidbits with them as your child is playing with his new wolf puzzle:
•Wolf pups are born deaf and blind while weighing around 0.5 kg (1 lb). It takes about 8 months before they are old enough to actively join in wolf pack hunts
•The wolf is the ancestor of all breeds of domestic dog. It is part of a group of animals called the wild dogs which also includes the dingo and the coyote
•Wolves have two layers of fur, an undercoat and a top coat, which allow them to survive in temperatures as low at minus 40 degrees Celsius! In warmer weather they flatten their fur to keep cool
•Wolves in the Arctic have to travel much longer distances than wolves in the forest to find food and will sometimes go for several days without eating
See all our puzzles for kids at All I Can Imagine and surprise your child with a new 3d puzzle today!
Kids love butterfly’s; in fact, all of us are fascinated by these delicate little animals. We have a pretty butterfly puzzle to help teach your kids their abc’s.
When you begin your Christmas shopping this would be a wonder gift idea for a 3 year old boy or girl. The puzzle comes packed in its own wooden box for safe keeping.
Also available are other wild animal puzzles as well as a dog family puzzle and a cat family puzzle. Puzzles for kids make great gifts for all occasions.
Children can once again own one of these amazing alphabet puzzles. Previously manufactured by ImagiPLAY, these wood puzzles have been unavailable for about a year.
Just released for our customers delight – a large dinosaur 3d wood puzzle for kids 3 and up. Puzzle play is an all time favorite childrens toy.
Beautifully crafted from from rubber wood and sanded smooth you will notice there are no sharp corners to injure your kids as they are practicing their letters.
The colorful pieces are chunky and just the right size for younger children to handle.
The newly designed puzzles are now two-sided; meaning, the capital letters are on one side and the small case letters are on the reverse side.
Check out this dinosaur puzzle and all our other alphabet and numbers!
When it is time to learn to count let our number snail help out! Brightly colored, two sided 3d puzzle for learning play and fun!
A challenging 1 to 10 number puzzle for preschoolers. This inventive puzzle teaches some valuable basics: counting 1 to 10 and colors. Hand-crafted puzzles for toddlers are a safe learning toy that kids will love playing with while learning to count their numbers one – ten.
Each puzzle piece has a unique number. Your boys and girls will learn to recognize their numbers as well as different colors as they learn to count.
Now manufactured by Begin Again Toys you will love their new design and packaging.
This number snail, 3d wood puzzle continues to be our most popular selling number puzzle.
As a parent do you feel computer games are a mixed blessing? Growing up in the 1950’s we had no electronic games; we were told: “go outside and play”. We had no trouble playing for hours at a time without any “props”.
But in today’s world there are more options, including computer games for babies and toddlers. I believe cribs are no place for a computer game, but a stuffed animal or a safe baby rattle is.
When a child is preschool age, a computer (used sensibly) will serve as both an educational tool and entertainment function. Before parents decide to provide a computer to their preschool age children they will have a job to do. They will need to do research and find programs which are both age appropriate and which are consistent with their religious beliefs and family values.
Setting time limits for time on the computer is also important and these rules will need to be set in place from the get go. “Real play” is, as always, paramount to raising healthy mentally, physically and socially emotional growth and development in all children and there must be a healthy balance between active and inactive play time. The challenge is, of course, to find the right balance for each individual toddler.
One of your children may be inherit-ably active. Other children may become active while others have to have some activities thrust upon them. You will notice that one of your children is always exploring, running, playing actively, while another is content to sit and read or play quietly with his 3d wooden puzzlesor playsets.
Getting your child to participate in an appropriate amount of quiet play, or on a computer, and “real play” – active, creative play, is important for an all-around balanced development. Some children have an over whelming need to be active all the time and may not be easily seduced into sedentary quiet play or watching TV or computer game play. But, they can be taught.
Giving your children and grandchildren intellectual stimulation as well as well-rounded extracurricular activities will result in a socially, well rounded individual. Do not let yourself get “roped” into activities you do not believe are best for your children just because others around you may be providing a baby in a crib a computer, making the TV their babysitter, or not encouraging a quiet child to “go outside and play”.
You may enjoy exploring our line of safe wood puzzles – pictured here is our Wolf 3d puzzle.
See our other children’s toys for both individual and group play at our online toy store, All I Can Imagine.
You will provide your toddlers many educational toys in their early years. Carefully considering your child’s age, interests and maturity will be leading factors in the selection of toys you provide your boys and girls.
Toddler learning toys keep young children busy and engaged in quality, fun play and help then learn to concentrate on one task making a 3d wooden puzzle a toy they will play with over and over again.
Wood puzzles with numbers on each piece will help your child learn sequential counting. As your toddler plays with puzzles with either numbers or letters he will be learning and not even know it!
Thirdly, children who have a variety of wooden puzzles to play with will have hours of quiet play time and they will improve and develop their manual dexterity, memory and coordination skills.
Although jigsaw puzzles help strengthen numeric and visual skills parents must select puzzles for the correct age-group. If children are given puzzles that are too difficult they may become frustrated and lose interest in their toy.
It is a good idea, however, to have at least one “advanced” puzzle on hand for the day when you notice the puzzle he is playing with does become too easy and you can whip out a new one to keep his interest.
Visit our website All I Can Imagine today and see all our alphabet, number, wild animals and domestic animal puzzles!
Did you realize that children that have too many toys will find it difficult to become attached to a toy and to select the one that stimulates their fantasy and imaginations? Children are now receiving toys all year long and not just at Christmas or their birthdays.
A child is more likely to emotionally invest in a toy when he receives a few at Christmas and he then knows he will not receive more toys until his birthday, or next Christmas, which ever comes first. Additionally, a gift purchased as a Christmas gift is often well thought out in the sense that the parents or grandparents choose something that keeps with the individual child’s talents and/or interests.
Battery-operated toys are attention getters for sure and use up the child’s time. However, they offer little or no developmental value. And, the sheer abundance, variety and omnipresence of toys are making it more difficult for children to engage in truly imaginative play.
Keep it simple. Buy some 3d wooden puzzles. It is a fact that these are educational toys and ones that your kids will play with over and over again. Get some animal puzzles with the alphabet or numbers printed on them and you will be giving the perfect preschool learning toys for children.
We at All I Can Imagine have a beautiful and unique selection of 3d wooden animal puzzles that are painted with lead-free paints and made from splinter-proof wood. Selections include: wolf family, moose family, bear family and more.
Counting numbers and objects isn’t a simple skill for a child to learn. Counting involves enumerating units so that they arrive at a total number units. It also involves giving stable, consistent meaning to each conventional counting word.
Insight into a preschoolers’ logical thinking has been a topic of research. Children’s cognitive tasks your child will encounter in his play involve counting and adding simple sums.
When counting several objects sitting on the floor a child may skip one of the objects; this is normal. The teacher or parent can help by touching the items as the child is counting to make sure he includes every object.
Sometimes a child will fail to match their numerical recitation to the objects they are counting such as when playing board games. They will begin moving their playing piece down the board at a different rate then they are counting.
Another common mistake a child will make when learning to count is using his words in a non-standard order such as “one, two, three, six, eight, ten”. When they use one non-standard sequence one time and a completely different one the next time, they are not really counting.
To help child learn that numbers are in a certain order and adding a sum of objects must be counted in the correct order, wooden puzzles for kids are useful for teaching this skill. Number puzzles that must be assembled in numeric order will show them how to acquire this skill.
For instance, look at this 3d wooden puzzle. It is a number puzzle that can only be assembled in order of 1-10. But to assemble the puzzle it must be done in numeric order.
Educational toys such as wooden puzzles will help impress on a child that numbers have an order that must be followed in order to count correctly and can help them learn to include each and every piece.
Most 2 year olds start to count a group of objects and will miss some of the objects right away. By four years of age most children will be able to count about five objects accurately before they begin making errors. Twenty objects will be counted correctly by the age of 5 only if the objects are not in disarray.
Therefore it is important to have several puzzles of varying difficulty levels as they are learning to recognize their numbers and counting objects. Until a child grasps the idea that 1 is included in 2, 2 included in 3 and so on they will not be likely to be careful about counting each separate object only one time.
The snail puzzle will stand up by itself. Give this toy to a child 3 years and up. Keep the puzzle safe by storing it in the wooden box it comes packed in. See our other counting and alphabet puzzles on our website by clicking on the link in this article.
Celebrate the season with a decorative collage pot full of vibrant spring flowers! When you have to stay in because of the spring rains that will surely come a bright, new craft idea will help entertain your kids age 5 – 8 years old.
This activity is appropriate for:
kindergarten – 3rd grade / 5 – 8 years
You will need:
- Collage Pots – Set of 15
- Lakeshore Fully Washable Liquid Tempera – Pints
- Collage Buttons
- Lakeshore Heavy-Duty Brushes
- Best-Buy School Glue
- Art Tissue Paper
- Pipe Stems
- Construction Paper – 9″ x 12″
- Safety Scissors
- Super-Safe Craft Tape Center – 1″
- Yarn Laces with Tips
I found this craft idea at: http://www.lakeshorelearning.com/general_content/free_resources/teachers_corner/projects/springFlowers.jsp?f=featured. Go here for the directions to make this pretty pot of flowers.
In the market for a new 3d wooden puzzle? See our six piece cat family puzzle or our six piece dog family puzzle. Both are popular wood puzzles for kids 3 and up. Painted with non-toxic paints. Each puzzle piece is its own cat or dog toy.
Select 3d wooden puzzles make of splinter proof wood and painted with non-toxic paint from reputable toy companies and you will have peace of mind. One such manufacturer is ImagiPLAY who produces 3d puzzles and other wooden toys such as playsets and eco-friendly board games.
They have a line of natural wood puzzles as well as painted 3d wooden puzzles such as the Moose and Calf show here. Toddlers love toys that are colorful and have different shapes making wood puzzles a popular toddler toy your children will play with for many years.
Update on October 25, 2012. This puzzle has been re-designed and is now shipped in a wooden box to store it in; the new image is shown. We also have a bear family, wolf family, cat family, and more. See them all today.
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