The syllable puzzle "I read and arrange syllables" is 18 humorous puzzles for preschoolers and early school children that encourage learning to read using the syllable method. While playing with puzzles, children develop the ability to create words from syllables and read them by matching tiles with pictures. In this way, they remember syllables faster and then move on to composing words from them and connecting them with the correct meaning, thus developing motivation to learn to read.
Put syllables into words and discover images!
I read and arrange syllables are beautifully illustrated tiles for playing and learning to read. They can form the basis of education or supplement it. Additionally, they allow you to practice perceptiveness, precision of hand movements and logical thinking skills. A highly recommended puzzle!
Marzena Fenert – hand therapist, author of speech therapy and educational aids for children, runs the blog KreacyjneWrota.pl
The "I read and arrange syllables" puzzle involves combining syllables into words that are the names of animals and objects. The package includes 45 double-sided tiles from which you can create 9 two-syllable and 9 three-syllable names. On the back there are syllables from which you can create your own words.
Colorful illustrations by Katarzyna Nowowiejska take the child to a world where you can see a penguin sliding on ice and play with a robot.
The puzzle elements are made of thick cardboard, which guarantees safe play and durability even during the most exciting games.
learning to read, speech development, concentration, fine motor skills