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4D North American Animal Puzzles
4D North American Animal Puzzles

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Ages: 6+

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Product Code: 815-NORTH

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4D North American Animal Puzzles
Each puzzle comes in its own 'Rock case' and is 20 - 22 pieces each. Animals are 2 - 4 inches long when completed.

About the 4-D Puzzles:
Always an eye-catcher at homeschool conferences, these ingenious, museum-quality 4-D puzzles have been highly recognized for their authentic look, meticulous finishing, and fastidious painting, hence the fourth "D" denoting the detailed aspect to this three-dimensional puzzle.

Collectible Quality
While these startlingly lifelike puzzles have a mere 20 - 22 interlocking pieces, they are still a challenge for children and adults alike. Because they can be put together and pulled back apart countless times, children love racing each other for the fastest completion time. Each collectible-quality puzzle comes packed inside of a creative storage container, which is handy for tossing in a purse or backpack for events when you need the children to be quiet, but constructive with their time.

Logical, Visual and Fine Motor Skills
Because these puzzles contain small parts, they can be a choking hazard for younger children, but children 6 years and older will have hours of fun as they develop their logical, visual, and fine motor skills.
  • 20 - 22 interlocking pieces

    Manufacturer's Information:
    Manufacturer: 4D Master
    Made In: China

    CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3yrs.

  • Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

      0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
    Great 3D puzzles! November 24, 2008
    Reviewer: Karin B. from Tacoma, Washington  
    These puzzles are great. They make the students think outside the 'box'. Each one requires the thought process to think ahead and picture not only what the finished product will look like, but the inside connections and step by step 'growth' of the figure. We have the walrus, penguin, and whale.

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