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Little Likes Kids Splash Park Jumbo Puzzle - 48 PCS

Little Likes Kids Splash Park Jumbo Puzzle - 48 PCS

$15.00

Educational toys that represent cultural and ethnic differences to children accurately and clearly can be hard to find. That is why Little Likes Kids has made it their mission to provide fun, interactive, and colorful toys that represent boys and girls of all backgrounds interacting and playing together. This powerful message is communicated through the eye-catching original artwork we use to create each of our unique puzzles and matching games. Our Splash Park puzzle depicts children of different races playing happily in a park/playground setting. The bright details and interactive water features depicted in this 15" x 20" puzzle are sure to fascinate and spark questions from inquisitive children. As the kids build this puzzle, you can use it as a teaching moment to educate them about the importance of playing together and being kind to one another. Although this 48-piece educational tool is intended for preschool-age children (ages 4–5), it works for all kids above age 4. In addition, it conforms to US ATSM safety standards. Jigsaw floor puzzles are a great way to get children excited about and engaged in their own education from a young age. This package contains 48 extra-thick puzzle pieces—easy for little handles to manage—and comes in a sturdy, rope-handled box. Each of our jumbo puzzles is eco-friendly and printed with nontoxic inks. Little Likes Kids is a women-owned, certified-minority business—founded by a mother who wanted toy options for her son that reflected his friends' and his experiences. Each unique puzzle's design uses bright and playful images to represent diversity, fun, and love, making them excellent classroom supplies for preschool and kindergarten teachers. Our puzzles for kids are designed to teach in a visual-spatial manner, specifically catering to hands-on learners and providing children from an early age a clear picture of what families are like and how each one is different in its own unique way.