Down Under

Down Under

Down Under Made from wood in two different tones and acrylic. Nearly half of the acrylic is covering the tray and you only have the other half to shift the pieces around. The goal is to find a way to place the extra T-piece alongside the other five. Extra challenges include packing the pieces in such a way they cannot slide inside the frame. Then try to do the same thing with five pieces, then with four pieces and finally with only three pieces. A fascinating puzzle by Jürgen Reiche.

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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