eeBoo Solar System 64 piece puzzle

(eeBoo $11.99 ) Early School Years kids are beginning to want more information about their world. Although it’s a big abstract idea, knowing and naming the planets in the solar system is often a first step in that direction...many miles beyond Good Night Moon. This 64-piece puzzle is challenging, but not too far over the top for 5s and up. Also new and challenging in this 64 piece format, Ocean Treasure with hundreds of sea creatures on a blue ground and the simpler but unusual image of Otters at Play. Ages: Older Early School Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award 2020

eeBoo Vote for Women 100 Piece Puzzle

(eeBoo $11.99) eeBoo has been doing Votes for Women themes on much more complex thousand -piece puzzles and cards for older audiences. Here at at last, a less difficult and more do-able 100-piece puzzle that will please young history buffs. Featuring the same cast of important women who challenged the status quo and battled for women’s rights to vote. A big idea to share with girls and boys in this election year. Puzzle comes with a fact filled poster. Also new this season, a busy 100-piece, Dogs at Play for those who can’t get enough pooch time. A multitude of dogs of every size and shape. 5 & up Ages: Early School Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award 2020

eeBoo 1000 piece Jane Austen’s Book Club

(eeBoo $21.99) A challenging 1000-piece puzzle for the whole family to work on during the long winter nights ahead. Her club includes Mary Shelley, Virginia Woolf, George Eliot, and Zora Neale Hurston. Illustrated by Jennifer Orkin Lewis, this is a puzzle that might also inspire some books to share aloud as a family. Try a chapter a night with designated puzzle workers while one of you does the reading. How about Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, or Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, or the movie. Also charming, Whimsical Village with shops and Tudor style buildings; it’s very European looking and edged with a garden of flowers by illustrator Anisa Makoul. Ages: Teens Oppenheim To

eeBoo Spottington Game

(eeBoo $ 21.99 ) Get your I spy eyes in gear! In this fun game of sighting mini-figures, kids must use visual discrimination to find the miniature images scattered across colorful connectable cards. Since the playing boards can be arranged and rearranged, every game can be different. We suggest leaving the playing boards in one place for a while as kids learn to find the matches to the images on the little cards they draw from the deck. But watch out! There are a lot of little figures that look almost the same as the card a player draws. The truth is in the details. A playful way to sharpen visual discrimination—the same kind of skill needed for seeing the fine difference between pig and peg

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