Big Alphabet Jigsaw
A 26 piece alphabet puzzle and poster.
Big Alphabet Jigsaw helps children learn the letters of the alphabet in a fun and engaging way.
This giant, colourful puzzle promotes educational learning and discussion through its quirky illustrations. From ‘Where does an Octopus live?’ to ‘What is the nurse holding?’, the colourful characters of the completed jigsaw will inspire children to ask questions.
Includes a full size poster of the jigsaw for use as a learning guide.
Educational Benefits of
Big Alphabet Jigsaw
Encourages Observational Skills
Develops Hand Eye Coordination
Promotes Language and Literacy
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So much better than a typical jigsaw!
This jigsaw is so much more than expected! It has lovely thick card pieces and a poster of the finished jigsaw inside to not only give the children something other than the box to look at whilst making it but also a lovely educational alphabet poster that they could put on the wall. This would be a lovely gift.
Jane Arschavir says:
Great for pre-school development
Such a brilliant puzzle. Great quality, colourful, lively and enjoyable to complete. Good value for money and is already a firm favourite!
Nicki Cawood says:
Great Fun Alphabet Practice
Taylor has thoroughly enjoyed (and is still enjoying!) this puzzle. He used the puzzle sized poster as a template the first time before it was put up in pride of place in his room and now puts the puzzle together on his own.
We enjoy talking about letters, the alphabet sequence and sounds and he has quickly been able to explain to us what's what.
The Breastest News says:
What a fab jigsaw!
As my title says, what a fab jigsaw! It's bright, it's colourful and has 26 moderately sized pieces for your child to hold and slot together. My autistic son, who's 5 years old, loved this jigsaw puzzle because it has structure to it i.e. A,B,C and since he knows the alphabet he was happy to build this himself. I was very pleased as he's never been a fan of jigsaws. Would highly recommend as the puzzle pieces are nice and sturdy so are sure to last a good while. I think this would make an excellent gift for any child aged 3-6 too.