This beautiful sixteen piece rainbow jigsaw puzzle, in Irish, provides the perfect way to teach children their colours as Gaeilge! Learning a cupla focal just got a lot more fun.
Hand painted in literally, all the colours of the Rainbow (and more!), the chunky and durable pieces are perfectly sized for little hands to put together. Some of the pieces stand up and can be played with as individual toys. With eleven colours as gaeilge putting together these pieces provide endless opportunity for learning.
This handcrafted children’s wooden jigsaw puzzle is designed to encourage dexterity and logic and will make learning Irish fun! Building the jigsaw it will familiarise both adults and children with the words as gaeilge to help learn important Irish words. A beautiful Irish gift made by an Irish brand. This Irish toy is a beautiful addition to any house.
Our Rainbow puzzle comes with a drawstring cotton bag for storage
Cotton bag included
Dimensions: 32cm x 15cm x 2cm
These stunning handcrafted wooden jigsaw puzzles are made by Irish brand Alphabet Jigsaws. Since 1997, Alphabet Jigsaws has been creating original handcrafted wooden toys for kids of all ages. All jigsaw puzzles are cut from sustainably sourced wood and painted by hand in dazzling colours, using non-toxic acrylic paints, like small works of art! These wooden jigsaw puzzles are designed to encourage dexterity and logic and although educational, the emphasis has always been on making the puzzles fun.
Designed in the West of Ireland, the jigsaw are produced in a rural part of Sri Lanka amidst rice paddies and tea plantations. Working with the same family for nearly twenty years Ben and his team have forged an incredibly close relationship with them. The factory was inspected and certified under the Ethical Trade Initiative in 2007 and the jigsaws puzzles are manufactured, by hand, in a fair and regulated environment.
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