Cast Keyring

Cast Keyring

Cast Keyring Note: Our level rating system is different than Hanayama’s.  Hanayama’s level 1 is equivalent to our level 5…. level 6 is equivalent to our level 10. After completion of this puzzle by Dutch designer, Oskar, the words ‘key’ and ‘ring’ should be properly lined up with each other. This is vital. If you try to put the pieces back together without lining up the words correctly, you will have failed even after achieving what appears at first to be a successful matching. It should read ‘Key Ring’ even when upside down. The wording design is courtesy of the prodigy, Scott Kim. The key word is ‘pair’. -NOB 2001-

It provides a focus to talk about what improves in the image the hand-eye child coordination develops the child’s ability to streamline the recognition of size and / or form stimulates the steps taken by the child in a logical order places increases spatial insight Develops the ability of the child to later identify letters of the alphabet because puzzles help them to recognize them Encourages perseverance in completing an activity after it has started Creates the confidence and feeling of satisfaction of a child through the above puzzle to complete everything, making jigsaw puzzles is fun!

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