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Where's my baby?: animal babies and homes

Primary Category: Physical/Sensory Motor Development

Subcategories: Academics, Problem Solving, Fine Motor Skills, Eye/Hand Coordination

Description of how the toy can be used to fit the categories: The animal babies and homes puzzle is a fun and interactive way to teach players about animals and their babies and what habitats different animals live in. This puzzle can be used to teach players the names of different animal babies and the different habitats in the world. Problem solving is involved in this activity as the player must match the two puzzle pieces of the same animal together. The only way the two pieces for each animal fit together is if they are the correct parent and baby animal. Fine motor skills are involved in this puzzle because the player must be able to pick up and manipulate the puzzle pieces together to form the correct scene. This puzzle practices fine motor skills as there are fourteen different puzzles in this box that can be completed to work on picking up and putting the pieces together. Eye/Hand coordination is involved in this puzzle when the player must pick up the appropriate matching puzzle piece for the animal and then place the pieces together.