A two-handed jigsaw puzzle.
Work on visual closure, manual and finger dexterity, visual discrimination, finger strength, bilateral integration
In the box 96 puzzle pieces, 4 plastic puzzle guide pieces, plastic stand
If you want to increase the challenge of an old standby, try a puzzleball. Each piece is numbered on the back. Start with piece #1 and work your way up to # 96 to complete a Pretty Princess Puzzleball. Pieces are curved, plastic, and take a good pinch to snap together. It does not come with the form that the 24 piece puzzleball has, that allows you to build over it. Therefore, it will take some coordination to hold the ball while snapping pieces onto it. After the ball starts to come together you can rest it on the base as you work and that will help. Kids enjoy seeing a puzzle come together as a ball. Assemble it in the order given (follow the numbers) or it will be much harder.
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