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My First Story Puzzle Nature And Animals – Review 

Today on The Inspiration Edit we are sharing two fantastic story puzzle sets that have just been released by Laurence King Publishing

Illustrated by Kanae Sato, these simple and easy jigsaw puzzles are ideal for little ones and are a great way to teach basic concepts to children aged 2 and over. Not only are these a fun activity, these story puzzles share logical sequences which are both interesting and educational for little ones. 

My First Story Puzzle Animals

The first Story puzzle set has 5 jigsaws based on animals. The first jigsaw teaches about the egg hatching turning into a chick and then becoming a chicken. There is also a caterpillar sequence which shows the transformation of the caterpillar to the butterfly and three other animal themed puzzles, 

The other puzzles are the tadpole to frog sequence, a bear hibernating and a bee pollinating flowers and creating honey. 

These puzzles are chunky and easy to join together. It’s a great way to get the little one’s practicing fine motor skills while they problem solve and work out the sequences of each puzzle. 

My First Story Puzzle Nature

The second story puzzle set is based on nature. This again is great for young children and teaches sequences and problem solving whilst having fun. 

This is a great activity and way to get little ones engaged and talking about nature, seeds, flowers and trees. 

This sequence set of jigsaw puzzles includes seeds sprouting, the weather changing from rain to sunshine and an eskimo building an igloo. The nature puzzles also show a snowman melting and a tree changing through the seasons. 

I really like these simple and easy jigsaw story puzzles for kids. They are a great way to get children talking as they master the puzzles and have fun. These are ideal for spring and a fantastic activity to help celebrate earth day or the spring season. 

I really do like these puzzles, they are super cute, good quality and come in a great box. I’m sure the little ones will have plenty of fun playing with these puzzles this season. We sure did.