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Illustrated Kinds of Family Jigsaw Puzzles 8pk

Product Code: EY06521
Set of illustrated puzzles depicting different families.
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Overview

Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Inclusive Representation

Promoting inclusivity and diversity, the puzzles feature illustrations of multicultural families, disabilities, and grandparents as carers, addressing this need in learning environments.

Fine Motor Skills

The need to develop a child's small motor skills is important for their physical development in early childhood. These puzzles help meet this need through activities like fitting pieces together.

Problem Solving

Enhancing problem-solving skills, the random-shaped, non-interlocking pieces provide an additional challenge for the child.

Educational Value

There is a need to support the EYFS curriculum by helping children understand different family structures and improving fine motor skills and problem-solving abilities.

Understanding Families

Children need to understand different family structures. This puzzle helps make connections between their own family features and others', aligning with EYFS understanding the world aims.

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Illustrated Kinds of Family Jigsaw Puzzles 8pk

Set of illustrated puzzles depicting different families.

Overview

  • These puzzles offer children the opportunity to improve fine motor skills and problem-solving skills. Made of wood, each puzzle has ten pieces that fit into a tray for easy management and storage. Illustrations include multicultural families, disabilities, and grandparents as carers, offering broad representation.

  • Supporting the EYFS curriculum, these puzzles help children understand the world by connecting their family features with others'. They also refine motor skills by fitting pieces together and offer different difficulty levels for mathematical development.

  • Teachers can use these puzzles to create engaging, inclusive learning activities for children aged three to five. The non-interlocking, random-shaped pieces add a challenge, further boosting problem-solving skills. These puzzles are a valuable resource for promoting diversity in early years settings.

Supports the National Curriculum

EYFS, Understanding the World

Make connections between the features of their family and other families.

EYFS, Physical Development

Offer children activities to develop and further refine their small motor skills e.g., pouring, stirring, threading, dressing/undressing dolls, small world, and construction.

EYFS, Mathematics

Provide inset puzzles and jigsaws at different levels of difficulty.

Technical Summary

Overview

    Pack size

  • 8

  • Suitable for outdoor storage

  • No

  • Material

  • Wood

  • Age Range

  • Suitable for age 3 years and up

Size and measurements

    Height

  • 6 mm

  • Length

  • 30 cm

  • Width

  • 25 cm

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