go to pieces over these kids puzzles
They love Baby Shark, you…play it for them on repeat, but now you can give them a puzzle that combines a little problem-solving fun with the mega hit tune! The Pinkfong Baby Shark Chunky Wooden Sound Puzzle includes five big puzzle pieces: Baby Shark, Mommy Shark, Daddy Shark, Grandma Shark and Grandpa Shark! As they fit the pieces in place, the Baby Shark song will begin to play! This is a great way to introduce them to puzzles and just challenging enough for little puzzlers.
Just because it’s a puzzle doesn’t mean they can’t get a little creative! The Mix ’n Match Wooden Bear Family Dress-Up Puzzle with Storage Case comes with Mama, Papa and Baby Bear. Each bear in the 45-piece set includes mix-and-match outfits they can place on them to see how they look. There are lots of accessories and faces to try out on the bears as they develop their color and pattern recognition, creativity and hand-eye coordination.
This interactive map speaks to your child as they complete all 50 states over 40 pieces. They’ll hear the names of the states and their capitals as they go and see colorful images across the map that reference crops, animals and landmarks found within each state. The wooden puzzle is a great way to introduce national geography to your little ones, and a great way to test your own state knowledge!
The puzzles on this list range from suitable for toddlers to big kids and beyond. Some of them might be a little challenging (but not too challenging to complete!) and may require more than one session to place all the pieces together. The Stow & Go! Puzzle Accessory is perfect to keep their hard work in place for another day. Just complete what you can, place your finished portions on the mat then roll it up. Now you can store the puzzle wherever you’d like or take it with you wherever you go! It fits any puzzle up to 1,500 pieces, so don’t worry about leaving a mess while trying to complete a tough puzzle.
The youngins have a puzzle all their own that develops their understanding of the United States. For older kids, they need a bigger picture—or a bigger puzzle, in this case! The Political World Map Puzzle has 1,000 pieces that reveal the continents, oceans and national flags of each country. If they’re learning geography in school, this is a great activity to keep the knowledge flowing from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Give ’em a head start in their studies and develop their problem solving, visual recognition and spatial reasoning skills while you’re at it!
Maybe 2D puzzles aren’t their “thing.” In that case, the Statue of Liberty with 3D Puzzle might be right up their alley! Use the 108 pieces to recreate the iconic American landmark, complete with color changing LED lights. This puzzle is ready to use out of the box—there are no other tools needed and no glue. Get the whole family together on family game night to work together and build a 15 inch tall version of Lady Liberty!
Who doesn’t love Frozen? The adventures of Anna, Elsa and Olaf continue in the Disney Frozen 3D Hologram Ice Castle Puzzle, a 47-piece puzzle that comes with step-by-step illustrated instructions! Of course, veteran puzzlers can toss those aside, but beginners can use them to learn how to build the iconic castle and still have lots of fun! This puzzle also includes three character slides that they can slip into position, shine a light on and make them magically appear in the castle!
Ready for a 3D challenge? Take on the world with The Earth 3D Puzzle, a 540-piece puzzle with curved plastic pieces that easily snap together. Learn all about the world as you help ’em piece together the globe, then present it on the included stand when it’s all done. Use this unique puzzle to teach them all about geography, continents, countries and oceans. They may need some help with this one, so get to work and help build a world full of play!