Tetrahex-Twinform

Tetrahex-Twinform

Tetrahex-Twinform This demanding puzzle was René Dawir’s exchange puzzle from the IPP30 (International Puzzle Party) hosted in Osaka & Hakone, Japan in August of 2010. The puzzle contains 6 pieces.  Each piece is made of 2 tetrahexes which can rotate around an axis.  The goal: Disassemble the twinform and then assemble the 6 pieces into the twinform shape as pictured on the insert.  A twinform is a shape with 2 identical layers (each layer must have the same shape). Additional twinforms can be assembled with 2 pieces (easy) to 6 pieces (difficult). Designed and made by: Marcel Gillen

While there are a plethora of references regarding the benefits of reading books, playing games, etc., this article focuses on the value of wooden jigsaw puzzles as a catalyst for learning in early childhood. Even with the many electronic gizmos and gadgets, oftentimes children are attracted to simple things like a bouncy ball, interesting book and well designed, intriguing jigsaw puzzles.

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