Marine life in the North Atlantic

Larsen

£7.95 

The marine world of the North Atlantic is a busy place above the waves. However, there is much more life beneath the waves! Above the waves soar many birds, such as gulls, terns, white-tailed sea eagle, gannet, and black-throated divers. A porpoise watches the schools of the many fish swim through the underwater plant life. How many jellyfish can you find swimming with the fish? Crabs and lobster forage the bottom of the sea for food while a catfish watches on. A shy seal is hiding behind the plants. Where can you find the red starfish?

 

60 piece puzzle.  

Made in Norway from 100% recycled board. 

Size: 35.5cm x 28.5cm 

 

Why choose Larsen puzzles? 

Larsen have been making puzzles from their base in Norway for over 60 years and wanted to create a high quality product that was both fun to play with and educational at the same time. The small Norwegian company make all their puzzles with a frame and permanent tray, and extra solid pieces.

  • The youngest children develop their motor skills with interesting shaped puzzle-pieces they will remember
  • Older kids play and learn about many interesting themes
  • Self-checking pieces encourage the children and help them to concentrate
  • Extra thick and solid pieces
  • Made in Europe from 100% recycled board
  • Lots of thought and consideration goes into every puzzle design
  • Larsen use hundreds of specially made cutting tools to make their great range of fun and educational puzzles, many custom made for a specific puzzle

It is important for the youngest to have puzzles with pieces of different shapes, not the traditional puzzle pieces that most manufacturers offer. When we make the puzzles, we cut so deep that you can see the shapes of the pieces in the tray below. When playing with our puzzles, the children will look for pieces with the right shapes rather than looking at the picture.

Many of our puzzle pieces are shaped like animals and other figures. This makes the puzzles a bit easier for the children, and they find it fun to recognise the shapes.