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Pajaggle Blue with Yellow and Orange
Pajaggle Blue with Yellow and Orange

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Our Price: $34.95
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Ages: 5+
Grade Levels: K+

Availability: Usually Ships in 24 to 48 Hours
Product Code: 591-101

Timberdoodle's review
Deluxe Version doubles your game pieces,
makes Pajaggle perfect for competitive play as well as solo!

Perplexing Puzzle and Electrifying Game
Pajaggle Deluxe is the brain-tingling union of perplexing puzzle and electrifying game. Made of high gloss polycarbonate panels, Pajaggle's 8.5" by 12" Tournament Board has unique but very similar openings. Solving Pajaggle involves discerning not only those very slight differences and locating the appropriate missing pieces, but also identifying the occasional piece within a piece called a Pajaggle Doubler.

Deluxe Version is a Great Competitive or Group Game
And while many children enjoy the solo play of solving Pajaggle as a puzzle, Pajaggle Deluxe is perfect for competitive or group play as well. Unlike the standard Pajaggle Game, Pajaggle Deluxe is equipped with two complete sets of game pieces in different colors. Square off for a race with your opponent, and the player who gets more of his color Pajaggle pieces in the board wins. Many game variations, some quite complex, are outlined in the Pajaggle playbook.

Pajaggle Provides Exceptional Educational Benefits
Because of its distinctive multi-sensory emphasis, Pajaggle provides exceptional educational benefits untouched by other puzzles. In addition to increasing your child's reasoning ability, the multi-sensory process actually means activity is happening on both sides of the brain. That increase of activity has been linked to improved concentration, attentiveness, and mental sharpness in both children and adults.

A Game That Increases Intelligence
Plus, when the player chooses to play Pajaggle against another person or a clock, he forces the brain to process information at an accelerated pace, resulting in an increase in spatial intelligence critical for careers in mathematics, engineering, and architecture.

You may notice that the manufacturer recommends Pajaggle for age 8+, but we have included it in our Kindergarten Curriculum Kit. The visual perception skills taught with this game are so essential to building reading proficiency that we really wanted budding readers to have access to this kit. Not every kindergarten student is up to playing an entire game, but even ten minutes a day spent matching these pieces will lead to increased reading ability in addition to reasoning ability, concentration, and even attentiveness.

Deluxe Set Doubles Your Game Pieces
Each Pajaggle Deluxe comes with two full sets of sixty-one super-sturdy polycarbonate game pieces (122 total pieces), Pajaggle playbook, and Tournament Board with storage box. The board and sets of game pieces are each in a unique contrasting color, giving the game a sharp look and allowing each player’s pieces to stand out independently on the board. Game pieces included are lime green and orange.

Another outstanding component of Timberdoodle's 2016 Kindergarten Curriculum Kit!
  • Made of high gloss polycarbonate panels to handle repeated play
  • Play more than 10 different games
  • Solitaire or group play

    Set Includes:
  • (2) 61-piece sets of game pieces (122 pieces total)
  • 8.5" x 12" Tournament Board
  • Playbook
  • Piece bag
  • Sturdy storage box

  • Manufacturer's Information
    UPC: 793573064905
    Manufacturer: Pajaggle Inc
    Made In: USA
    Time To Learn: 10 minutes
    Time To Play: 5-10 minutes per game
    Players: 1-4
    Age: 5+

    Awards and Endorsements:
    Tillywig Toy Awards - Top Fun Award Winner
    Creative Child Magazine 2012 Game of the Year Award
    ASTRA Best Toys for Kids 2012 Winner
    Tillywig Toy Awards - Best Family Fun Award Winner
    Major Fun Award
    Family Review Center Gold Award

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

    Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 9 Write a review.

      0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
    Not a must have but does take thought! September 26, 2016
    Reviewer: Allison Smith from lacey, WA United States  
    I had been looking for a vintage perfection game to play with my sensory kiddo. They only make a version that has a small amount of pieces not making it very difficult for an older child. This is basically the 2016 version. If you set a timer or change the rules a little you can accomplish the same thing!

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    Rather boring July 27, 2016
    Reviewer: Tanya Mize from Felton, DE United States  
    We got this as part of the kindergarten curriculum. I was surprised to see 8+ on the box. My 5yo finds it pretty difficult and I just think it's kind of boring. We much prefer Logik Street.

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    Kids like it, but it is a bit difficult July 12, 2016
    Reviewer: Christa  
    My kids, ages 3 and 4 like to do this from time to time, but they do struggle with matching up a lot of the pieces since so many are similar. I think it provides a good challenge for them, though. They usually spend about 10 minutes on this and only match a handful. Its good for critical thinking, they just cant stay with it very long without help

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    Fun for the whole family November 10, 2015
    Reviewer: Brandi  
    It seems simple but is much more challenging than it looks. There are tons of ways to play this game and the whole family can get involved. My husband and I actually had a fun time playing this game (as we all know some children's games can be a struggle to get through). Highly recommend

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    Fun for the Whole Family! September 15, 2015
    Reviewer: Beth W.  
    The first time I pulled this out, I ended up with my five-year-old, my two-year-old, my husband, and I, all huddled on the rug trying to put it together! We had such a great time and have pulled it out to play in the evenings several times since. One of our favorite ways to incorporate it into our school day, however, is for me to set a timer for five minutes and for us to work together to see how many pieces we can place before time is up. The board and the rest of the pieces are then stuck on the dining room table, and throughout the day whenever someone has time, they will go spend a few minutes trying to find spots for a few more pieces. It has been a great way to start our school day, and I can see how after playing this for five short minutes my girls' brains are "warmed up" and ready to start learning!

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