|Number of Pieces||16|
|Material Type(s)||Wood, Water based paint, ABS|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||10 May 2013|
|Mfg Recommended age||18 months - 12 years|
|Item model number||E0411|
|Product Dimensions||19.71 x 19.71 x 11.61 cm; 90.72 Grams|
Hape Creative Toddler Wooden Peg Puzzle
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- This puzzle fits and stacks together endlessly
- Stack together these expertly crafted, colorful pieces to create the ultimate puzzle
- Strengthens hand-eye coordination, fine-motor, and problem solving skills
- Recommended for ages 18 months and up
- Non-toxic finishes and child safe materials
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Practice basic shape and color recognition with this best-selling, innovatively designed toy from Hape! The Creative Peg Puzzle has grooved shapes and pegged posts adding an extra dimension of challenge to this colorful puzzle, and providing children hours of entertainment. Join the four puzzle bases together and then twist the variously shaped and colors puzzle pieces onto the posts. Encourages the development of coordination, fine motor skills, and problem-solving abilities. Made with wood sourced from environmentally sustainable forests. Durable child-safe paint finish and solid wood construction make this a toy your child will love for years to come. Hape toys stimulate children through very stage of development and help nurture and develop their natural abilities. All Hape products sold in North America meet or exceed all applicable safety standards.
So much fun, it's puzzling!
Basic Shape Recognition. Hand-Eye Coordination. Fine Motor Skills
Spin the pieces to match the grooves with the pegs, or you can't let them through. The Creative Peg Puzzle is great way to nurture children’s patience and focus.
Shape and Color Recognition
The Creative Peg Puzzle’s beautiful colors - ranging from light to dark - enhance children’s understanding of color palettes. Also, the shapes must be stacked on the right post, in order to pass.
More Puzzle Fun!
The base plate is also a puzzle! The puzzle baseplate adds extra play value and challenge to the game, making this a toy that will be enjoyed for countless hours.
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Reviewed in the United States on 27 February 2020
My daughter is fairly smart for her age (18 months in a week). This just makes her mad. The four bottom puzzle pieces are incredibly unstable and do not fit together nicely even when flat on a hardwood floor. She also has a difficult time getting the shapes off so she gets upset. I just can’t see how 18 months is listed under recommended age for this.
For this peg puzzle toy, the pegs are bendy, but sturdy. I believe they made them flexible, so kids, and adults alike, don't hurt themselves if they accidentally fall onto them. I do not have any issues of the shapes not fitting properly as a few reviewers have mentioned.
My two year-old has already mastered putting the right shapes onto the right pegs (each peg has different positioning of the pins), and fitting the 4 pieces of the puzzle together. She has learnt to rotate the pieces through trial and error and with patience. It definitely helped improve her fine motor skills, plus, there are shapes and colors to learn as well.
The only nitpick I have is that all the colors are varying shades of the same name, as in dark, medium, light pink, blue, green, except yellow and orange.
All in all, this is an engaging and educational toy that kept my daughter's interest, even though it does not make sounds like so many of her electronic toys do.
This is one we're still working on helping our son to use across all of these possible modalities. My rating on this is based entirely on how many skills we can target with it for our kiddo (he has developmental delays, etc.). He himself doesn't have any great love for this toy, but that's not unusual for him. He will, however, work with me on it when I bring it out, so I consider it as successful as it usually gets with our handsome little man...