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Weizenkorn Wooden Train Puzzle

$34.90

The Weizenkorn Wooden Puzzles are available in 2 sizes and include either 6 or 30 jigsaw pieces inside a brightly coloured frame for easy assembly and storage. Puzzles in general are great for encouraging problem solving, fine motor skills as well as hand and eye coordination and a wonderful reason to spend time together as a family. A must have for every toy collection.

Recommended Age: 2 years+

Dimensions: 6 Pieces 17 x 14 cm; 30 Pieces 28 × 22 cm

The Weizenkorn Foundation based in Basel, Switzerland, is a social enterprise which supports and employs over 300 young men and women with psychological impairments who are unable to find meaningful work via traditional methods. The diverse workshops of the Weizenkorn Foundation are accompanied by 80 team members as well as an internal social service to help these young men and women strengthen their existing skills and to improve employability in the private sector. The structured workshops run by the Weizenkorn Foundation not only cover areas such as sales, accounting and gastronomy but also focus on wooden toy design, creation and production. Every Weizenkorn car, plane and puzzle is crafted in its entirety within the Weizenkorn Foundation, from initial idea to the end product, giving the impaired men and women a sense of achievement, acceptance and self worth which in itself is priceless.

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Jade
Perfect for our (almost) 3 year old

We gifted this and the Penguin puzzle to our son for Christmas, just before he turned three. They are a perfect size for toddlers and the wooden pieces stand up to toddler play really well. The 6 piece option is excellent for children transitioning to jigsaw puzzles. We found it to be the perfect balance of independence/difficulty for his age at the time. They are quite easy for him now (3.5 years) but he still enjoys them and plays with them frequently.