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Australian Sea Life Themed Puzzle 32pc

Australian Sea Life Themed Puzzle 32pc

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Learn about Aussie sea life with these handmade wooden puzzles

Included:

32 pieces (4 x 4 cm per piece)

Best suited for 3yrs +

Another addition to our Australian themed puzzles, these sweet colour-coded 4 piece puzzles feature 8 Sea Life creatures and their name.  Australia’s waters have 1,700 different species of coral. 80 percent of Australia’s plants, mammals, reptiles and frogs are unique to Australia, and exist nowhere else in the world. 

EDUCATIONAL APPLICATIONS

Individual

An induction to Australian Sea Life . A great one on one game to help children settle and connect with their educator.

Group Setting

Set up as quiet play encourage children to engage with each other in conversation. Ask open ended questions to foster learning through play. Children will discover and learn about Australian native Fauna and Flora. Discuss the colours, shapes and sizes of the plants.

Outdoors

Test their knowledge! Take the children outside to discover their puzzle pieces in nature! Discuss each find, where it was found, its uses, scents, colours etc. Pic some flowers and plants and create use to trace under paper creating their own artwork.

Learning Opportunities

The visual memory involved and the identification of patterns and relationships and similarity and difference help children to learn about early representation and problem solving. Matching and sorting activities can also develop fine motor skills. Cognitive development, critical thinking skills and helps children nurture their attention to detail.

Made locally in Toronto, Lake Macquarie, NSW.