Melissa & Doug Sound Puzzle - Zoo
Age: 2 Year+
Listen to the voices of eight favorite zoo animals when the puzzle pieces are correctly placed in the puzzle board! Each animal piece has a matching full-color picture beneath. Eye- and ear-catching puzzle enhances matching and listening skills. (TIP: Puzzle has light-activated sensors; for best results, expose the sensor by removing a piece in a brightly lit room, then make the sound play by replacing the piece in the board.) The Melissa & Doug Zoo Animals Sound Puzzle helps teach matching and listening skills as well as manual dexterity. Peg pieces are sturdy and easy to grab. This puzzle is an exceptional gift for kids ages 2 to 4 years. Add the Melissa & Doug Old MacDonald's Farm Sound Puzzle for extra hands-on farmyard fun and to give kids an engaging option for screen-free fun. For more than 30 years, Melissa & Doug has created beautifully designed imagination- and creativity-sparking products that NBC News called “the gold standard in early childhood play.” Today, Melissa & Doug is proudly partnering with the American Academy of Pediatrics to foster early brain development and help children build important life skills through play.
- Peg Puzzle With Sounds: The Melissa & Doug Zoo Animals Sound Puzzle plays animal sounds when the pieces are placed in the correct spots
- Adorably Illustrated and Beautifully Crafted: The Zoo Animals Sound Puzzle includes pictures of a crocodile, monkey, elephant, lion, penguin, zebra, snake, and macaw, with matching pictures on the beautifully crafted wooden puzzle board
- Play and Learn: This puzzle helps teach matching and listening skills as well as manual dexterity
- Great Gift for Ages 2 to 4: The Melissa & Doug Zoo Animals Sound Puzzle is an ideal gift for ages 2 to 4. Add the Old MacDonald's Farm Sound Puzzle to round out the hands-on, screen-free play experience.
- “The Gold Standard in Childhood Play”: For more than 30 years, Melissa & Doug has created beautifully designed imagination- and creativity-sparking products that NBC News called “the gold standard in early childhood play.”