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Jumbo Knob Puzzles - Farm

    Jumbo Knob Puzzles - Farm

    Jumbo Knob Puzzles - Farm

    SKU# E00428

    Develop small motor skills, matching skills, shape recognition, and problem solving skills and introduces basic vocabulary with Jumbo Knob Puzzles.



    Extra large knobs make it easy for small hands to remove each brightly-colored piece. Matching full-color pictures are underneath. Each supersized, solid wood puzzle with extra-chunky 1/2" thick pieces is the perfect first puzzle.

    Helps develop small motor skills, matching skills, shape recognition, and problem solving skills. Also introduces basic childhood vocabulary.

    SKU# E00428


    Jumbo Knob Puzzles - Farm Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 15.5" x 12"
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    Customer Reviews 4 item(s)

    Bought this for my 17 month old granddaughter and she just loves it. It is so well made and the wooden knobs make it easy for her to use. Review by Robert Haggerty / (Posted on 8/26/2013)
    I bought this for my daughter when she was 7mos old. She loves it...the large knobs make it easy for young babies to pick up and manipulate the shapes. She hasn't quite figured out how to put the pieces back, she has however, learned to use the pieces as musical, banging instruments! I love the quality of this product and plan to purchase more of Melissa and Doug products. Review by Dorothy Gale / (Posted on 8/26/2013)
    I love this puzzle! It's beautiful, the pieces fit perfectly, and it is easy for my daughter to figure out. The large knobs make the pieces easy to grasp, and the fact that the picture is painted on the piece and on the board makes it easy to match the puzzle pieces. My daughter plays with it all the time, and it's one of her favorite puzzles. The pieces are big too, so they're easy to keep track of, unlike smaller puzzle pieces that get lost or sucked up in the vacuum. Review by Erwynn / (Posted on 8/26/2013)
    I purchased this for my son's 1st birthday several months ago. He loves to throw the pieces around or hand them to me to tell him the names of the animals and make the sounds. He's just now starting to put the pieces back in and I know it will still be a while before he's doing it on his own so we've still got a lot more playing to do. Review by Angela Branon / (Posted on 8/26/2013)