Sunday, April 3, 2011

Wooden Puzzles

I think I love wooden puzzles as much as Jude does!  He can sit quietly with them for at least ten minutes now.  Not only do they help develop cognitive learning and fine motor skills, but they don't require batteries.  No batteries!  I can actually hear us talk during this play.  There's no repetitive noises!  I'm not running around trying to pull batteries out of another toy, just to replace it in the "no longer able to play" toy. Wooden puzzles are the best!  
Quiet play rules,
Bubbie and Jude
P.S.  Any suggestions for your favorite wooden puzzles for our little ones?

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  1. I agree. Puzzles are the best! But at 15 months my grandson's hand-eye coordination is still a bit off. So right now all Charlie is interested in doing is removing the truck shapes from their designated places. Can't wait till he starts putting them back!

  2. The Playskool and Melissa and Doug puzzles are very high quality. The grandkids will play with them long after they have "outgrown" them. There is just something comforting about putting all the pieces in their right places.