SainSmart Jr. CB-23 Wooden Tangram Jigsaw Tetris Burr Puzzle Toy, Educational Game (40 Pieces)


* Instruct baby correct understanding of various geometric shapes and colors forehead
* Instruct baby thinking ability and exercise baby conversion relations, understanding, reasonable collocation blocks space imagination
* Instruct baby in the actual operation process, train baby hand brain application
* Really great brain test toys apply to different IQ player
* Good way to improve your divergent thinking and patience
* Great fun for all the family, keeps the kids busy for hours


* Size: 18 * 27 * 1.2 (CM)
* Included : 40pc blocks

Product Features

  • 【Creative Brain Toy】Your child could use so many colorful wooden building blocks to pose a variety of graphics. You need get these blocks all back together on the board with no spaces. It is a good alternative to computer games.
  • 【Imagination and Hand-making】It encourages problem solving and creativity since it can be solved so many different ways. While there are multiple ways, it is still a challenge. You won’t solve it every time.
  • 【Great Quality】These blocks are made from healthy and natural maple, non-toxic paints. Every piece has decent size pieces and they are very light weight.
  • 【40 Pieces】A set of 40 pcs. There are 5 of each color. Aims at develop his mind and imagination, exercise his ability eye-hand coordination and color shape recognition etc.
  • 【Special Gift】It is not only very suitable for baby age 2-8, but also the old are supposed to use it to prevent brain degenerative.

Click Here For More Information

Related Toys Products:

Tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to SainSmart Jr. CB-23 Wooden Tangram Jigsaw Tetris Burr Puzzle Toy, Educational Game (40 Pieces)

  1. L S says:

    Love it

  2. m p whitbourn says:

    As I am blind I love doing puzzles to keep my brain active I bought this for myself because it reminded me of my beloved Tetris game. The pieces aren’t 100℅accyrate in their cutting but then you need little gaps to be able to lift them out of the frame so this didn’t bother me. I believe there is only one way to do this puzzle so many happy hours could he spent fiddling with this. Unfortunately I dropped a piece and my rotten dog took it outside and chewed it to the point if ruination before I had discovered I was a piece short so I did fling it…