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Product Type: Toys
Age: Preschoolers
Categories: Puzzles

 


2015 Award
Hape Path Finder
(HaPe $14.99 Score:)

A fun game for fours and fives to develop their math power and visual perception while they are having fun with colors, and turn taking. Dole out the playing pieces, roll the color die and place the right color and size in the maze; but watch out! If your playing piece won’t fit, the other player can try. The object is to be the first to get to the end of the maze. 4 & up.

Age: Preschool, Early School Years. Award Year: 2015. Click here to purchase the product on Amazon.com.

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2015 Awards
Hape Knob Puzzles
(HaPe $14 Score:)

With easy-to-grab wooden knobs and there are lots of familiar animal puzzles  from Hape that feature zoo and farm animals. These are great choices for beginning puzzlers. Bright graphics and smooth pieces make this a good choice for older 2's and 3's. Challenges their visual skills as well as dexterity and the ability to turn the objects to fit into the wooden board. Also a good choice, for older 3's and 4's, the Geometric Shapes Knob Puzzle, with 11 colorful shapes; circle, square, rectangle, triangle, oval, diamond, and more. 

Age: Toddlers, Preschool. Award Year: 2015. Click here to purchase the product on Amazon.com.

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2015 Awards
eeBoo Beautiful Morning Panoramic Puzzle
(eeBoo $12.99 Score:)

Just in time for spring a garden full of bright tulips being picked by bear and bunny while others plant a garden, fly kites, ride bikes and enjoy the glory of springtime. Big pieces are perfect for preschoolers small hands. It's a 36 piece puzzle that forms a three foot long picture by illustrator, Kevin Hawkes. Also good fun from the same artist, Busy Vehicles, an illustration with little animals in vehicles made of carrots, bananas, cabbages and other fantasy vehicles that fly, float and roll along. 3 & up.

Age: Preschool, Early School Years. Award Year: 2015. Click here to purchase the product on Amazon.com.

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2015 Awards
Begin Again Dinosaur Skeleton Puzzle
(Begin again $20 Score:)

Such a clever two-sided wooden T-Rex puzzle! An eleven-piece dino fits into the puzzle box along with eight background pieces. On one side the T-rex's bones are shown; on the reverse the bones go under cover. It's tricky, but we even got the dino to stand up after it was all put together. Marked 3 & up, we think this will work better for kids who are a bit older.

Age: Preschool, Early School Years. Award Year: 2015. Click here to purchase the product on Amazon.com.

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2015 Award
eeBoo A Lovely Day Panoramic Puzzle
(eeBoo $12.99 Score:)

Skating foxes, fishing turtles, picnicking bears and bunnies, bike riding mice are just some of the creatures on this action filled 3-foot long panoramic puzzle. Illustrated by Kevin Hawkes this is a charmer with 36 big pieces. A nice birthday party gift. Also charming for a wintry scene, be sure to see A Snow Party panoramic puzzle. 3 & up

Age: Preschool, Early School Years. Award Year: 2015.

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2015 Award
eeBoo Dinosaurs at Leisure Panoramic Puzzle
(eeBoo $12.99 Score:)

A band of dinosaurs are playing all kinds of ball games while others are playing fiddles, harps, and electric guitar on this action filled 3-foot long panoramic puzzle. Illustrated by Kevin Hawkes this is a winner with 36 big pieces. There's a lot to talk about and even spin some stories once the pieces are all in place. In a season when dinosaurs are big, this is going to be a wow-ee choice and a perfect birthday party gift. 3 & up

Age: Preschool. Award Year: 2015. Click here to purchase the product on Amazon.com.

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2014 Award
eeBoo 9 Piece Puzzles, A Nice Snowy Day
(eeBoo $8 Score:)

One of four nine-piece puzzles with delightful illustrations by Kevin Hawkes. Good sized cardboard pieces fit into the sturdy frames and each piece of the frame has a connecting clue that will help kids get it together. We love the dapper fox ice skating in this winter scene with his forest friends skiing and skating along the edges. Also special in the series, A Great Hot Day with a dog splashing in the water; a springtime Planting Time scene with Bear, Pig, Rabbit and Goose gardening; and a fall scene called First Day of School.  Choose any of the above or all four for 3's and up.

Age: Preschool. Award Year: 2014.

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2014 Awards
Mudpuppy Eric Carle Brown Bear Puzzle Wheel
(Mudpuppy Press $15.99 Score:)

Designed for the toddler beginning puzzle player. These two-sided puzzles have a center wheel that the other pieces fit around. One side of the puzzle is pure color matching. The reverse has patterns to match as well as characters from the Eric Carle books to know and name. There is a Very Hungry Caterpillar puzzle as well as this charming Brown Bear puzzle. The pieces are stored in a handsome round box.  Ages 2 & up.

Age: Toddlers, Preschool. Award Year: 2014. Click here to purchase the product on Amazon.com.

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2014 Awards
Build a Bug Sorter
(Hape $19.99 Score:)


There are four bugs on this wooden board and eight puzzle pieces. The trick here is for tots to begin to see fine differences. Here the playing pieces fit over pegs only each bug has a different number of pegs. So this is a puzzle that calls for looking at finer details and seeing the difference between one, two, three and four pegs. 2 & up

SNAP: matching up the puzzle pieces to the on, two, three and four pegs calls for looking at details. Before you play, put some of the puzzle pieces away. Start with just one set and talk about where the pieces will fit. Add another set and put them on the post. Next mix up the pieces for two posts and work on sorting them. By going slowly, you are giving strategies for how to proceed with still more pieces.

Age: Preschool, Early School Years. Award Year: 2014. Click here to purchase the product on Amazon.com.

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2014 Award
Baby Animals Block Puzzle
(Mudpuppy Press $14.99 Score:)

Using Clare Beaton's illustrations from Who Are You, Baby Kangaroo? Each of the six illustrations features an adult animal with babies. Turning the faces of the nine blocks, players must find the right side of each block to assemble the six separate images. A classic puzzle form with new images that challenge visual perception and patience.

Age: Preschool, Early School Years. Award Year: 2014. Click here to purchase the product on Amazon.com.

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