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The Puzzle That’s Fun to Squish and Swirl!
Our Busy Fingers Gel Puzzle doubles as a fidget toy to keep both minds and fingers busy! It includes all seven shapes of a tangram puzzle. Kids can put together the triangles, square and paralellogram to form thousands of designs (included is a guide that has 12 ideas, but you can make 100's of designs). The colorful gel-filled shapes are also fun to squish — employing focus, attention, fine motor coordination and spatial relationship practice.
Download Guidelines for Safe Use
- Teaches geometric shapes and relationships
- Use to develop hand-eye coordination, dexterity and finger strength
- Made by Fun and Function
- Age 3+
- 7 pieces form a 6" X 6" square
- Includes bag to hold all the pieces
- Clear and filled with colorful gel and water
- Material: PVC
- Wipe surface to clean
popular and calmingI added this product to my light table and nap time routine with two and three year olds and it really is played with all day long.Read MoreNot pleased, but great conceptThe corners of the shapes are extremely sharp which is dangerous for my child who is hyperactive. The math benefit is wonderful being shapes the child can imagine and have the textile stimulation to construct. However I'm disappointed in the gel there is barely any fluid to hardly feel so the oil color inside is the only upside for the sensory portion its super thin. Had I known I would not have purchased I would use a plain flat 2 dimensional shape set, for a much more cost effective price.Read Moresensory and learning in one!Working with Tangrams can be fun for all children. The Gel Tangrams add an extra element of fun and sensory input. The tangram pieces are the perfect size for young hands. My only caution is the corners of the plastic piece can be sharp.Read MoreBusy Fingers Tangram Gel PuzzleGreat product!Read MoreFun and BrightKids will fall in love with these instantly. The colors are bright and the time spent is well rewarded with math and science concepts. Ilana Danneman, Physical Therapist and Product DeveloperRead More
Answered QuestionsDo these hold up to lots of squishing? Are they strong enough for a classroom setting or better for a home setting where they would take less of a beating?