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Playzone-Fit: Double Maze Board
Maze books for kids are a fun way to build logical thinking and deductive reasoning skills. Our Start to Finish puzzle books for six-year-olds incorporate counting, letter recognition skills and more. But take a look and you'll see that there's more here than just maze books. The Perplexus line of 3D puzzles are great for ages 5 and up. Or get the kids involved in the Labyrinth Game and watch the fun unfold.
Looking for maze books for a younger set? Try Start to Finish Mazes for ages 5 and 6. These puzzle books for kids are teacher-created and incorporate age appropriate learning opportunities like counting practice and letter recognition in the puzzle.
Perplexus is a series of 3D mazes that have tons of twists, turns and obstacles as you try to guide the metal ball through the labyrinth. Critical thinking skills and a steady hand are a must, because one wrong move and you'll have to start over. Rookie Perplexus is a great introduction to the Perplexus series, with 70 barriers to solve. Perplexus Twist does exactly what the name says: as your ball follows the track it will become stuck on the edge of a cliff and you will have to carefully twist the handles to realign the tracks and escape. There are 30 obstacles to overcome before you beat the game.
The Labyrinth Game has fascinated players ever since it was introduced in 1946. This challenging game helps six-year-olds develop motor skills, concentration, perception, reasoning and patience. Simply turn the knobs to balance the steel ball from start to finish; the closer you get to the goal, the more points are scored. But if you let the ball fall through a hole it can send you back to the beginning. Fascinating fun for kids ages 6 and up