Kids can put together a 48-piece puzzle and then use it as Play-Doh modeling inspiration with Play-Doh Puzzle Look What I Made! Assemble the colorful puzzle to see pictures of Play-Doh creations, from a monkey and a bear to a slice of pizza and a robot. Once the puzzle is assembled, draw one of the 12 letter cards. Use the two included cans of Play-Doh (and any other Play-Doh you might already have at home) to make a model that starts with the letter shown on the card. Then, place your model on one of the three polka dot circles on the puzzle.
Using the letter cards is a fun way for preschoolers to practice letter recognition and vocabulary as well as spark their imaginations to get creative with Play-Doh. The puzzle and the letter card/modeling game are really two separate activities. You can play them together as the packaging suggests, but if you want to only put together the puzzle or only play the letter card game, you can do so. You can also make up your own ways to play.
The Play-Doh Puzzle Look What I Made! is not age-graded. However, we think it's best for ages 3 and up.
When assembled, the puzzle measures 11 inches by 14 inches.
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