High Five! Hand Anatomy Puzzle

Stuka Puka

£35.00 

Thanks to them, we play instruments and we create. We are talking about our hands, the perfect tools thanks to human evolution! Our hand hides some of the smallest bones in the human body. The opposable thumb allows us to grasp and grab objects. Agile fingers can make complex gestures, use a knife and fork, or paint a picture.
The 'High Five!' puzzle will introduce you to the structure of the hand. A two-level puzzle will answer the questions about the names of individual bones and why there are as many as 8 in the wrist, and will help you discover the "name" of each part and its purpose. 

 

Puzzles will not only help in understanding the world around them, but also in the development of your child's fine motor skills. Build it from scratch and get to know the amazing human body, inside and out!

Easy storage: this puzzle comes with a cover and 2 bands to hold all the pieces in place when it's not being played with. 

Inspired by Montessori learning principles. 

Please note: the text on this puzzle will be in English. The Polish stock photographs are for illustration only, whilst we wait for the English language photographs to be taken!

Dimensions: 24 x 24 cm 
Puzzle in 2 layers + wooden frame and cover
The thickness of the puzzle: 5 mm. 
Thickness of the base: 3 mm. Thickness of the cover: 3mm. 
CE tested and sealed with a colourless non-toxic varnish.

Stuka Puka make beautiful, eco friendly puzzles inspired by the natural world and Montessori principles. They are designed and made in Poland in conjunction with Educational Psychologists, Doctors and Therapists.