Where else does a vulture ride a unicorn?
Only in Begin Again’s Animal Parade A to Z Puzzle and Playset.
Made from rubberwood with non-toxic, child safe stains, this 26-piece puzzle features one animal for every letter of the English alphabet. Uppercase letters are found on one side and lowercase on the other. Puzzle pieces teach alphabet letters while developing fine motor and problem-solving skills.
An award-winning puzzle with 26-pieces featuring animal and alphabet learning fun made from rubber wood and including a durable wood display box – great for easy clean up and storage independently.
Safety tested and free of bpa and phthalates.
Great for character storytelling and challenging puzzle play helps develop fine motor and problem solving skills! A perfect gift for back to school or the holiday.
Planet smart puzzles – made from plants instead of plastic. Begin Again toys feature rubberwood, a sustainably-harvested hardwood that is fast growing and not clear cut from forests. Their woods were chosen for their fast growing and unique strength. Begin Again make their rubber toys from the milk of the rubber wood tree and the hardwood toys and puzzles from the tree itself when it is harvested. They don’t believe that you need to use plastics when there are plants that can serve the same purpose. Begin Again believe it’s time to move from oil back to soil, and use plant based materials whenever possible with their toys.
Mr Mole's Marvellous Ideas
Help your child to recognise the letters in alphabetical order. When they get more confident, mix them up! Ask your child to find letters out of sequence! Top tip, when learning letters, its usually best to start with letters in your child’s name as these are familiar and have meaning and importance to your child.
Linking the letters to the sounds in the names of the animals will really help children to pick up those initial sound blends that will help to develop their phonics.
Larry's Learning Outcomes
From A to Z with different colours and animals too, it can be used for playing, learning letters, animals and colours. Puzzles help to develop a child’s logical thinking and to help them recognise form, shape and symbols – which they eventually learn to recognise as letters, words and print.
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