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Wooden Puzzles for Kids Ages 4-8, 4 Layer Life Cycle of Butterfly Jigsaw Puzzle for Toddlers, Children Preschool Learning Educational Puzzles Toys for Boys and Girls (Butterfly)

Wooden Puzzles for Kids Ages 4-8, 4 Layer Life Cycle of Butterfly Jigsaw Puzzle for Toddlers, Children Preschool Learning Educational Puzzles Toys for Boys and Girls (Butterfly)

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The life cycle of butterfly jigsaw puzzle is a wooden layered puzzle presenting the growth cycle concept. It shows the passage of time with the development of the images, each phase of growth is bigger and requires more pieces to complete the picture, total 20 puzzle pieces.

Wooden Puzzles for Kids 4-8: The life cycle of butterfly jigsaw puzzle is a wooden layered puzzle presenting the growth cycle concept. It shows the passage of time with the development of the images, each phase of growth is bigger and requires more pieces to complete the picture, total 20 puzzle pieces.

Layered Growth Puzzles: Each layer shows a stage of butterfly life cycle, from spawn to larva, to pupa finally becoming a butterfly. This puzzle is part of a series of six layered growth puzzles, including a boy, girl, butterfly, frog, chicken and sunflower.

High Quality and Safe Materials: Made from selected quality basswood, water-based paint is mildly colored, the heat printed images will last for years of playtime. The plywood pieces are safe and smooth to touch.

Skills and STEM Development: The layer puzzle brings awareness to the child about the life cycles of the human being as well as animals and nature. It is designed to help children develop problem-solving skills and hand-eye coordination.

Educational Toys for Kids Ages 3-5: The puzzle is both visually stimulating and educational, a great introduction to Biology. The information contained in the puzzle is the perfect starting point for a Plant Project and will open the door to more questions and wish to discover.

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