We also now have a superb range of 100 piece puzzles that are inexpensive, and great as stocking fillers, when a small gift is needed as a thank you etc, or when travelling. These puzzles also fit neatly onto a hospital tray. Order now! www.pathwaypuzzles.co.nz
We have a lovely range of puzzles specifically designed by an occupational therapist for people with memory loss or dementia, who need an easier puzzle with fewer, large size pieces. The images on the puzzles are designed exclusively so they have less detail and are based on themes of everyday life, so they spark memories and conversation. The puzzles help individuals with dementia to stay cognitively active. They have 12, 24 or 63 pieces. See teh full range here
If you, like me, like to keep a record of all the puzzles you do, and you have an iphone, then you will love this free app to keep your completed jigsaw puzzles with details and photos in one online Record/List.
You can create your free account using your (hidden) email address with your name. Then use the Post function to start creating your jigsaw puzzle records.
Add as much info/comments/details to your posts as you like. What a fabulous idea!
if you, or someone you know, has trouble handling the small pieces of a standard puzzle, or can't see so well anymore, try our large piece puzzles. They have lighter, brighter colours, larger pieces and less pieces so you can still keep up your puzzle pasion. Check them out now at pathwaypuzzles.co.nz
We are delighted to have in stock this fabulous series of four shaped animal puzzles. They are a challenging poster size with unique shaped borders. Fun facts and image reference are included in the box.
Do you love to do puzzles? If yes and even if no, this puzzle nail art is a fun design to do and fabulous to look at. The technique combines colour blocking and simple dotting to make these puzzle pieces. All that is used is two colours and some scotch tape!
Constructing puzzles helps your child's development in so many ways - here are just a few -
1) Problem Solving 2) Developing patience and resilience 3) Recognizing patterns 4) Shape sorting 5) Hand eye coordination 6) Developing dexterity and coordination 7) Memory We have some beautiful puzzles, especially floor puzzles, in stock. Most of these are not easily found in the stores in New Zealand.