234

234

234 This puzzle is called “234” because there are two squares on two of the faces, three squares on two of the faces, and four squares on the final two faces. There are 9 pieces in total; the objective is to disassemble the pieces then reassemble them into their original configuration. The irregular number of pieces makes for an interesting variation on the traditional burr-type puzzle. Made in two woods by Jean-Claude Constantin. Jean-Claude Constantin lives in Germany, where he designs and manufactures many different laser-cut wood puzzles, as well as metal puzzles and magic tricks.

Although there are countless references to the benefits of reading books, games, etc., this article focuses on the value of wooden puzzles as a catalyst for learning young children. Even with the many electronic gadgets and gadgets, children are often attracted by simple things like a bouncy castle, an interesting book and intriguing, well-designed and intriguing puzzles.

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