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Butterflies Scramble Squares® 9 piece Puzzle

Age Range

4y - 12y

Price

$8.95

Phone

800.809.4242

Introduction

1997

Types

Educational Skills, Puzzle, Travel Item

Throughout history, human beings have enjoyed the beauty and grace of butterflies as much as we celebrate the flowers whose nectar they collect and the sunny summer days in which they are most active. The butterflies beautifully depicted on the Scramble Squares® 9-piece puzzle are the American Copper, the Monarch, the Palamedes Swallowtail, and the Red-spotted Purple. The object of the Scramble Squares® puzzle game is to arrange the nine colorfully illustrated 4” x 4” square pieces into a 12” x 12” square so that the realistic graphics on the pieces edges match perfectly to form completed pictures in every direction. Award winning Scramble Squares® 9-piece puzzles are Easy To Play, But Hard To Solve!® for children, teenagers, adults, and senior citizens of all ages. At under $10.00 each suggested retail, Scramble Squares® puzzles make inexpensive, but highly valued cross-generational gifts for all occasions for all ages. Scramble Squares® puzzles teach patience, perseverance, fine motor skills, critical thinking skills, and help maintain mental agility while providing stimulating entertainment as a either a solitaire game or a cooperative activity. Each puzzle package includes a panel of fascinating facts on the subject of the puzzle, as well as a trivia question and hidden answer to the trivia question, all packaged in a unique and handy resealable heavy duty 10-1/2” long x 5-3/4” wide x 3/8” deep clear vinyl pouch, which can be stored easily in a standard 3-ring binder. Over 140 styles of exquisite original art are available on nature, sports, history, culture, occupations, fantasy, science, technology, hobbies, and other activities. Scramble Squares® puzzles are highly rated by the Ableplay.org web site of the Lekotek National Center in Chicago, which ranks products that are beneficial to the learning disabled.