Why should your child play with puzzles? 3 words: Muscles, math and memory. Playing with puzzles is a building block for each of these skills. Fitting together pieces builds small-motor muscles needed for handwriting and playing instruments, helps kids understand how fractions form a whole and how to work out problems (for example, by sorting pieces by shape or color), and, finally, reinforces memory skills as they reassemble the puzzle. This oversize (4 feet long!) adorably fierce pirate puzzle is one of the best for kids age 4-6. Special design touch: this puzzle offers three different options for the pirate’s hand: he can hold a sword, a parrot or a message in a bottle! Three small flat pirate figures included. Designed by contemporary artist.
Contents: 40 pieces & 3 pirates made of durable cardboard; 43.3 inches long when assembled.
Djeco is a French toymaker started by a French mom in 1954 who began by designing small educational toys. Now managed by her son, Frederic, the Paris-based Djeco team focuses on designing beautiful toys that make people laugh, dream and explore. This bubbling group of whiz-kid designers, illustrators and inventors has freedom to experiment, share and compare, making colorful toys we love. All fun aside, Djeco takes quality seriously: products must pass three quality checks before exiting the factory. We adore Djeco products and know our customers will, too!