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What Goes Together - Self Correcting Puzzle
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EQU23

EQU23

What Goes Together - Self Correcting Puzzle

20 Self-correcting 2-piece puzzles to help develop your child's imagination, coordination, visual and mnemonic skills the fun way.

These puzzles bring together things that children see or use in their daily routine. Help your child to assemble the puzzle sets. While doing so, talk about the things shown in the sets, their colours, sizes and what can be done with them. This helps develop the observation skill, expression and vocabulary of your child.

NB: The library resources are available for ADSA library members to borrow. Unfortunately we do not sell direct to the general public.

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