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Peter Rabbit Wooden Shape Puzzle
Little ones will have hours of fun with this beautiful Peter Rabbit Wooden Shape Puzzle from Rainbow Designs’ Once Upon A Time collection. This stunning and colourful 5-piece Wooden Shape Sorter Puzzle features some of Beatrix Potter’s most adored characters, and little one can enjoy getting to know Jemima Puddle-Duck, Miss Twiggy Winkle, Jeremy Fisher, Benjamin Bunny and of course, Peter himself. Lift up the wooden characters to fine their names underneath then learn through play, to place the pieces back into the puzzle. This gorgeous Peter Rabbit Wooden Shape Puzzle, has been created from high quality FSC certified wood, and makes the perfect early years toy for introducing youngsters to shape and colour, as well as helping to developing hand eye coordination and fine motor skills. Suitable for age 12 months and over.

Guess How Much I Love You Wooden Shape Puzzle
Little ones will love trying to match up the wooden shapes in this beautiful Guess How Much I Love You Wooden Shape Puzzle from Rainbow Designs. Featuring the much-loved Large Nutbrown Hare and Little Nutbrown Hare, from the classic storybook, alongside other woodland creatures, youngsters will have plenty of fun matching the shapes as they learn through play. This gorgeous Guess How Much I Love You Wooden Shape Puzzle, that has been created from high quality wood and illustrated with soft neutral tones, helps develop hand eye coordination as well as fine motor skills, making it the perfect introductory puzzle and a lovely addition to any nursery or playroom. Perfect for little ones aged 12 months and over.

What our testers said

“These are lovely and chunky for little hands”. Childminder

“It fits here”. Girl aged 2.5

What our experts think

This puzzle is perfect for younger children. It has a lovely design with chunky easy to hold pieces which encourages them to practice shape-matching. This puzzle is also great for promoting hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills as they are able to try the different sized pieces to see where they match on the puzzle board.

The children really enjoyed exploring the different images on each of the puzzle pieces and talking about their favourite characters, which can help build little ones’ vocabulary. Overall, our testers found the puzzle very appealing and they are very well-made.

Skills developed

– Develops hand-eye coordination

– Promotes fine motor skills

– Encourages trial and error learning, matching skills