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The Learning Journey My First Match It – Things That Go – 15 Self-Correcting Vehicle Matching Puzzles

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    user4578

    September 13, 2018

    22 of 22 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great little puzzle for 2 year olds! Helps build self-confidence!, November 21, 2016

    By Merissa (United States) –

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    This review is from: The Learning Journey My First Match It – Things That Go – 15 Self-Correcting Vehicle Matching Puzzles (Toy)

    We bought this for our 22 month old son because he would watch his older siblings solve more complicated puzzles but when he would try to ‘help’ he would obviously not be able to put them together without any help and that would make him feel very frustrated & upset. These simple & easy 2-piece puzzles have really helped boost his self-esteem – they are just the right size for his little hands to hold and when he presses down on them they easily snap in place unlike other ones he had to struggle with all the time! There are 15 puzzles in the box – each square puzzle is about 5inches by 5 inches and 1/10th of an inch in thickness – made of some thick cardboard like material – the colors are very vibrant & they have stood up to the roughest of treatments …. We also have the jumbo floor puzzle by Melissa and Dough but my kids somehow managed to tear that one up in some spots over time … these ones, on the other hand, have remained in really good shape even after some very rough handling – So, overall we are very pleased with our purchase and do intend to buy other ones from the same brand in the future. My 2 yr old son, no doubt, loves them – the ease with which he can now ‘solve’ these puzzles in (all by himself) makes him feel like a ‘big boy’ and a ‘champion’ & the smile that brings to his face is just priceless! Highly recommend.

    user741

    September 13, 2018

    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Half are junk food, December 10, 2016

    By Rebecca C.

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    This review is from: The Learning Journey My First Match It – Things I Eat – 15 Self-Correcting Food Themed Image Matching Puzzles (Toy)

    Personal pet piece here, but it’s not all fruits and veggies: it has hamburgers, hot dogs and roast chicken, as well as ice cream and cupcakes. As you know, toddlers want what they see so we hardly use it. Good quality product but he prefers the animal one.

    user5205

    September 13, 2018

    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Neat-o, July 1, 2016

    By MFan

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    This review is from: The Learning Journey My First Match It – Head and Tails – 15 Self-Correcting Animal Matching Puzzles (Toy)

    Wanted to find a puzzle for my toddler because I love puzzles and because the simple board ones she has she had finally started mastering, so I looked for small puzzles with pieces that actually connect to each other. I came across this in my search and tried it on a whim. I am now a big fan. My daughter was about 20 months when I first pulled it out and she really struggled at figuring how to link the pieces together but within a couple time of playing she got the concept and quickly started really loving these. It definitely has helped her fine motor skills as she works to connect the two parts she knows match. We were also able to use them to talk about colors and sounds. Now at 2 she is a total pro at putting them together and still enjoys pulling them out during some quiet playtime.

    They are really sturdy and big so they’ve held up well and don’t pose a choking hazard. Plus it’s nice not having to search for a bunch of small pieces on the floor if they’re dropped. Two pieces per animal puzzle was exactly what we needed to transition her into completing real puzzles and these worked out great. I’d highly recommend for a young toddler and would definitely buy again even at full price.

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