Ali Morris designed the lock for his friend (and co-conspirator at Brass Monkey Puzzles) Steve Nichols to enter as his IPP Exchange puzzle at IPP38…
Why should adults have all the fun? Of course children love puzzles too.
More than that puzzles have proven to be very effective in the development of hand co-ordination and fine motor skills, problem solving and shape recognition. Doing a puzzle can even assist in the development of memory and setting and achieving small goals.
This week we introduced a couple of different puzzles that challenge kids in different ways.
The traditional tangram in gorgeous bright coloured pieces comes with a sheet of 10 additional Aussie Icon shapes to make. Some imagination required there too!
There are 6 different wooden mazes to choose from to test dexterity and work on fine motor skills. Try one. Try a few. Try them all!