Joan Miro First Puzzle
Visual development for kids has reached to vigorous level when they are over the age of 2. They begin to produce concepts of objects' size, color and space. Simple puzzle training can teach kids to think logically, improve their ability of observing and analyzing, and it also can cultivate kids to do something patiently.
There are matching pictures on one side of the puzzle board to assist kids in simple matching and vocabularies on the other side to make the board work as a flash card.
Puzzles are cut to different pieces from 3 to 6 pieces. which allows kids to advance their puzzle skills in a gentle but effective way. Kids will have fun learning about animals as well as developing fine motor skills and problem-solving through puzzling and matching.