Timber Kids

Honey Bee Life Cycle Timber Puzzle

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Includes: Honey Bee Life Cycle Timber Puzzle

The Honey Bee Life Cycle Jigsaw Puzzle is the perfect educational activity for children. It not only helps kids develop important physical and emotional skills, it provides an engaging learning experience about a fascinating insect.

Each piece of this 15-piece puzzle is made of natural pine timber that has been sanded and sealed, with inks Greenguard Gold Certified to the highest environmental and safety standards.

As they fit each piece together, children can get a better understanding of the life cycle stages of honey bees including egg, larva, pupa and adult bee. As well as improving fine motor skills and problem solving, your child’s self-esteem will be boosted when they complete this incredible science-focused puzzle! Please assess if the size of puzzle pieces (6cms) is suitable for your child; it's always best to supervise closely when playing with puzzles.


Sustainable 3mm Radiata pine, printed with Green Guard Certified Kid Safe inks and sealed with an invisible coating.

To clean, please use a dry (or slightly damp) cloth to wipe off any marks or spills. To prolong the life of your tiles, avoid leaving them in direct sunlight or moisture. Store them in a dry place when not in use. Being eco-friendly, they will age as everything is supposed to and leave little behind.

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    1 year ago
    5 Stars

    Gorgeous puzzle

    My little human loved the Honey bee puzzle so much that we have just got another one for his besties birthday. The quality is amazing and I love that we can take it outside and play with it in the grass while we watch the real bees work away without worrying about it getting damaged.

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