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Have a browse at some of our past newsletters, sorry the discount codes can't be used after their expiry dates!

Toilet Training, Snap games & Happy Birthday - 16 Mar 2009

Save on Puzzles & some new bits just in - 22 Jan 2009 

Summer Fun at The Kids Depot - 11 Jan 2009

Christmas order deadlines - 13 Dec 2008

HoHoHo 3 weeks to go - 7 Dec 2008

Kids Depot news - 18 Nov 2008

Let's get Arty - 4 Nov 2008

International Toy of the Year - The Gyrocar has arrived! - 13 Oct 2008

Surfboard tummy time mats & member discount - 1 Oct 2008

 
 
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I love a good jigsaw

puzzle

, and I do believe this has come from years of

puzzles

 at home throughout my childhood. 

Puzzles

 start with simple peg puzzles then two piece picture

puzzles

 for the very young, usually 18 months on.  Then as the child develops so does the need for more complicated

puzzles

 and many two year olds will love 3 or 4 piece

puzzles

, moving suddenly on to 10 pieces.  If the subject matter of the

puzzle

 is loved by the toddler (in my son’s case trucks!) then a 20 piece

puzzle

 at 2½  is manageable.   Be mindful of the speed at which the child can move on, don’t purchase too many simple

puzzles

, at The Kids Depot we have some great box selections of different level

puzzles

.  Once a child can sit and complete a

puzzle

 from start to end without getting too frustrated then large floor

puzzles

, of say 30 pieces are great for age 3 or so.  These still have large pieces so are easy for little hands to hold.  The next stage is smaller piece look and find

puzzles

, where the

puzzle

 is the first task then try to find the object within the

puzzle

 extending play.  From then on 50, 100 pieces are a challenge, and into adulthood hours can pass by with a 1000 piece

puzzle

 on the dining table!