The Upsize 3D Puzzle is a Fun, Multi-functional Toy for Young Children!
Designed for kids at different stages of growth from infancy to age 5, the Upsize 3D Puzzle is a fun, multi-functional toy for young children. You can play with the animals on their own, use the maps to talk about different parts of the world or even put multiple sets together to form one large play space.
Each set comes with 4 puzzle pieces to assemble which form a map, 4 animal puzzles and a map backdrop which makes it fun to learn about animals and where they come from. Sets feature animals specific to that area of the world which makes this a great way to introduce geography to young children.
So how do you play?
Puzzle pieces in different colors are built into 3D animals that kids can play with and learn at the same time! Some of the key skills children can learn through playing with this toy are:
– Enhance eye-hand coordination
– Shape recognition and matching ability
– Problem solving and critical thinking skills
– Fine motor skills
– Persistence, concentration and abstract thinking
– Foster Imaginative play
– Stimulate sense of touch with patterned surface over the pieces
– Colorful pieces encourage development of strong visual skills
This toy is made with good quality EVA without that harsh smell that many products have. The puzzle pieces are in random colors which makes each set unique.
Here’s how we played with this awesome toy – Upsize 3D Puzzle!
Among the 6 themes, K would like to try Ocean theme first. When we opened it, there were 4 playmats, a set of paper puzzles and a die cut paper backdrop.
It was easy for her to do the 2D puzzle map. She quickly finished matching the pieces together.
It was bit challenging for her to make the 3D puzzle because she had not tried before.
After putting the 3D puzzle together, we introduced each animal to her one by one. Then the fun imagery play starts! Animals meeting and talking to each other. a Sea Lion climbed up the iceberg-swimming everywhere. There was a shark chasing the sea lion- her play changed and developed as she assembled new animals.
She had so much fun!
Don’t forget you can collect 6 themes to form a giant map! This is a great way for kids to learn about different categories of animals and where they are from!