Melissa & Doug Solar System Floor Puzzle (48 pcs, 2 x 3 feet)
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- 48 extra-thick cardboard pieces to piece together some fun
- Beautiful original artwork
- Easy-Clean surface keeps puzzle looking new
- Promotes hand-eye coordination and problem-solving skills
- 2 feet x 3 feet assembled
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Big, Sturdy Puzzle Pieces for Little Hands
Children will need lots of 'space' to assemble this puzzle! A generously sized 2 feet x 3 feet when assembled, this floor puzzle features big, extra-thick pieces that are easy for little hands to handle. The easy-clean surface keeps the puzzle looking new, so children (and adults!) can have fun building it time and time again. As they do, they'll also be developing hand-eye coordination, matching, fine motor, and problem-solving skills. Featuring beautiful full-color illustrations of the planets, the sun, the moon, and more, this 48-piece floor puzzle encourages kids to think cosmically. The detailed original artwork will help them learn about the solar system and the names of the planets while promoting curiosity and a sense of exploration.
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You'll need lots of "space" to assemble this beautifully illustrated 48-piece puzzle of our solar system. Extra-thick pieces are built to last, and their "Easy-Clean" surface will keep your puzzle looking new.
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Safety WarningNot suitable for children under 36 months
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 9.3 x 11.8 in||11 x 8 x 2 in||3 x 9 x 12 in||13 x 7 x 2 in||3.1 x 9.3 x 11.8 in||12 x 9 x 3 in|
|Number of Pieces||48||60||51||100||25||48|
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Only problem is that it requires a big space but for a big solar system it s justifiable .
I divide the pieces into "planets" and let him assemble a planet at a time. When he has each of them assembled, he can combine them all to finish the puzzle. It's been a great way to transition to a larger, more complicated puzzle and he feels extra smart completing it "by himself". I think it will keep him entertained for quite awhile longer (until he can complete the entire puzzle himself) and he is already learning to name and recognize the planets. It's a win!