Janod I Learn To Count Puzzle

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This fantastic Janod I Learn To Count Puzzle comprises a giant puzzle of approximately 100cm length by 12cm in width, with 10 pieces in cardboard and 10 numbers in wood.

Each piece has a number that corresponds to the number of animals on it (an elephant, 2 lions, 3 donkeys etc.). This puzzle is perfect for teaching children how to count to 10, and for developing their fine motor skills.

It also includes a handy cotton bag for keeping the number wooden pieces safe which can also be played with separately.

Beautifully made, Janod is a French toy company that create traditional games and colourful wooden toys, especially designed for children’s development through play.

  • Includes 10 cardboard pieces approximately 3mm thick
  • Includes 10 numbers in wood approximately 10mm thick
  • Includes cotton bag for numbers
  • Encourages reading, writing and counting skills
  • Develops co-ordination and motor skills
  • Puzzle size approximately 100cm by 12cm
  • Suitable from 3 to 6 years
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Same day shipping if ordered before 2pm Mon-Fri

Free Delivery on orders over £50

Standard Delivery charge to mainland UK - £3.99 - this is regardless of the number of items purchased. We ship using courier DPD Local (who offer an hour delivery window on the day and a fully trackable service) or Royal Mail Tracked for smaller items.

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Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

Sat 10am-4pm

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