With distinctive sounds, button eyes, glorious colours and classic music, Puzzle Inc takes children on an elaborate adventure to prove what shapes are really capable of creating.
Circles, squares, triangles, rectangles and stars, energetically skip, dance, tumble and solve problems while introducing youngsters to the basics of shape, colour, maths, physics and creativity.
This is a great follow on from vol 1 and if your kids enjoyed the first one, they are going to adore this one too. With all the same fun and laughter it still has the all-important educational concepts, and that's the biggie for this title.
It doesn't just teach specific ideas, it explore the concepts themselves and tries to teach kids how to think along lateral lines. The answer to one situation can be applied as the solution to a similar one, maybe it looks different, but the idea is the same.
My little one has been having far more fun with the old lego blocks now that the idea of composite shapes has sunk in. A big shape is made of small shapes, and if you ignore scale then a lot of the world makes a lot more sense. Kids are great at that.
This is another great title we will be enjoying for a long time to come, and your kids probably will too.
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