It’s a match! Build early math and counting skills with two-piece learning puzzles. Young children love to connect the pieces and show what they know!
Large, sturdy puzzle pieces are perfect for little hands, and the interesting photos keep kids engaged and excited to discover each match. Self-checking features give every learner the confidence to practice independently and build skills at their own pace.
- LEARNING PUZZLES KIDS LOVE – Two-sided … twice the Learning FUN! These are great puzzles for kids learning the basics. Count objects, read numerals, and number words to 20. Self-checking pieces help children practice at their own pace, building confidence and achieving success. Bring hands-on practice to learners in early childhood classrooms, care facilities, homeschools, and to supplement distance education at home.
- BUILD ESSENTIAL SKILLS WITH PLAY – Colorful, engaging photos make learning FUN! Kids love to point out familiar objects and will proudly name how many. When it’s fun to learn, children are inspired to keep playing and practicing – keys to successfully building skills and boosting confidence.
- DOUBLE-SIDED FUN! – Connect sets objects to a numeral on front, then flip the puzzle over to see it another way! On back, the numeral connects to the number word without the counting objects for even more challenge.
- EXTENDED LEARNING – Photos reinforce real-world connections and bring learning to life! Piecing together puzzles builds hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, and can introduce shape recognition too.
- SELF-CHECKING FEATURES FOR INDEPENDENT PLAY – The self-correcting features of these early-learner jigsaw puzzles support independent practice and encourage kids to build skills at their own pace. Only the right pieces fit together! When two pieces don’t connect, kids know to search the pile and try again – it’s a great first step to problem-solving and makes each match a feel-good moment. Use the bright background color on backs to quickly check that all pieces are facing the same way so you can successfully practice one side and then move on to the other side.