Tactile puzzles each contain 5-6 pieces.
Well-crafted; specifically designed for blind kids.
Every piece is marked in Braille, along with the animal's name.
Border of each puzzle is carved in animal's shape.
Puzzles measure 7" long, 5" wide, and 1/2" thick.
All-wood puzzles are unique, durable, and affordable.
Teaches Braille readiness, tactile discrimination, and putting things back together.
Choose from one of 12 animals or a human, or buy the whole set and get $10.
With these simple, five or six-piece tactile puzzles, kids can not only enjoy the game of taking something apart and putting it back together again, but they'll learn the shapes of different animals. Every piece in these all-wood puzzles is marked in Braille, so blind kids and adults alike will know which is the hind leg and which is the tail. In addition, the name of the animal is Brailled on a particularly thick spot on the border of each puzzle. You see, these puzzles aren't just rectangular. Oh no, the border of each puzzle is carved into the actual shape of each animal. In this way, youngsters will learn important concepts about animals in our world as they play. There's even a human puzzle at the bottom of the list. Each puzzle measures about seven inches long, and is around five inches wide. The board is half an inch thick, so it's both durable and portable. Complete with raised, tactile relief on important features, these all-wood puzzles are unique, affordable, and boast impeckable attention to detail.
Measures about 5 in. by 8 in. by 1/2 in.
Package Weight: about 5.6 ounces.
We have nine different animals available, and a Human as well. Let's quickly take a look at them.
5 pieces: head, front leg, back leg, body, and hump, with tail and ears in frame.
5 pieces: head, top, middle, bottom, and tail.
5 pieces: head, front legs, middle, back legs, and tail.
5 pieces: body, fin, flipper, stomach, and snout.
6 pieces: beak, head, chest, back, belly, and tail.
5 pieces: face, top fin, bottom fin, body, and tail.
5 pieces: head, front legs, belly, back leg, and tail.
5 pieces: beak, head, neck, wing, and belly.
Pick up our entire collection of ten animals, and get the human for free.
(From the Toy Department shelf.)