From PlanToys comes a set of three wooden sorting puzzles--a plane, a truck, and a boat. Great for young kids, the Plan Toys sorting puzzles encourage the learning of colors, shapes, and building.
The truck, for example, has a blockier shape, which is why its design is a lot more basic than the others. This doesn't make it any less fun than its aerial and aquatic counterparts as it opens doors for original, imaginative play inside your child's creative mind.
Each of these puzzles comes apart easily and is just as simple to put back together. Each puzzle also has wheels attached for additional vehicle play.
The wooden sorting puzzles are modern day classics with unique building and puzzle detail. Not only does each puzzle have interesting shape order but they also have specific puzzle pieces that help mold the vehicle and wheels so your caravan of choice can take off once you're done.
Kids can choose to create their own cool adventures (the truck being a natural choice for exploring the jungles of Africa) or simplify their play with an everyday scenario (a typical day in the life of a truck driver).
The Plan Toys Sorting Puzzles also encourage roleplay and can help develop social skills if your toddler has a friend over so they can take turns trucking (or go exploring with the other sorting puzzles).
The Plan Toys Sorting Puzzles are for little builders in training or tots who like their truck, plane, and boat toys. These three puzzles are recommended for little ones ages 18 months and up.
Each sorting puzzle has unique pieces (squares, circles, triangles, etc.) that form the shape of the vehicle of your choosing (car, plane, or boat) and attached wheels for even more play. Each Sorting Puzzle is sold separately. Collect all three to create a fleet.
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