In the beginning, your little one can use the numbers as building blocks, play-doh stamps or sensory objects. Fill the base with coloured rice, dry beans, pompoms or wool balls! As your child's curiosity expands, they will learn to recognize and identify the number by their names, placing them in the correct order on the puzzle base. Your children will also start learning by sorting sequencing and practicing maths. It's such a creative piece, and so much more than a puzzle.
Care instructions: Wooden toys might leave oily stains due to its recent production, keep away from valuable items and preserve them in an eco-friendly carton box or wrapped in clean paper, or in a canvas/cotton storage bag. Never soak a wooden toy in water. In case it got dirty, just spray/apply a tiny amount of gentle organic cleaner, wipe with a sponge or washcloth and a bit of warm water. Ensure to air dry the toy before storing or playing. Every once in a while, you need to replenish the moisture in the wood with boiled organic linseed oil.