Puzzle with reindeer in Northern lights
Reindeer in the northern lights with autumn colors. Other species: Lapp owl, barn owl, silkworm, sparrowhawk and hares.
A quality puzzle must be made of solid cardboard. This so that the children can get a good grip around the pieces, and of course also to prevent them from breaking.
The number of pieces must match the drawing and the age group the puzzle is made for.
The puzzles must have a fixed frame and a plate under the pieces to make them easier to play with and easy to store.
Children would rather have an easy puzzle that they can solve several times than a difficult one that they are unable to solve.
When the children have put the puzzle together many times, they will recognize the shapes on the pieces and know where on the puzzle they belong. It is therefore important to make the puzzles with pieces in different shapes. By learning to recognize the shapes of the puzzle pieces, children will also more easily learn to recognize other shapes, such as letters and words as they learn to read.