A.B. Gee expands puzzle portfolio with Tooky Toy

Published on: 4th September 2019

The bright and colourful wooden collection has been designed with early years learning in mind.

A.B. Gee has expanded its puzzle portfolio for 2019, boasting a strong collection from Tooky Toy, designed specifically for infant and pre-school children. With many items suitable from age 12 months and upwards, the range contributes to early education, helping to improve hand-eye coordination and memory, as well as colour and object recognition. Perfectly sized pieces and softened edges make it easy for small hands to play.

As it’s never too early to start the learning journey, both the Alphabet and Number Peg Puzzles feature easy grasp wooden pegs, making them perfect for little fingers. Little ones will also enjoy the Wooden Dress up Bear Family puzzle box; a 56-piece set played on the slide-off lid. Kids can choose from a variety of outfits and facial expressions for mum, dad and baby bear, developing matching skills or choosing their own combinations. The set packs away into a beautifully crafted box, making it a great on the go toy.

The range starts with puzzles as simple as four pieces and includes puzzles with up to a 101-piece count. The company takes great pride in ensuring that all lines are made from sustainable wood and coloured with non-toxic paint, guaranteeing a safe and robust puzzle experience for kids.


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