A Gallon Man themed wooden puzzle for teaching the relationship between imperial liquid volume measurements. It features 29 individual pieces that are labeled cup, pint, quart, and gallon. Each piece is relatively sized to highlight its relationship with the other measurements. So 2 cups fit over 1 pint, 4 quarts fit over 1 gallon, etc.
The puzzle frame and pieces are made from quality 3-ply Baltic Birch plywood. This puzzle is well suited for children 4 years or older. The total size is 11.5 x 7.5" (29 x 19 cm). The cup pieces are a bit small and could be a choking hazard.
Excellent for improving your child's recognition of the imperial liquid measurements and their relational sizes.
The puzzle can be used to teach the relationship measurements. Try quizzing your child while doing the puzzle by asking questions like, "how many pints are in a quart" or "how many pints are in a gallon". Some basic multiplication can also be worked. Try asking your child questions like "if there are 2 cups in a pint and 8 pints in a gallon, how many cups are in a gallon?"
The puzzle is etched and cut using a high powered laser. The results are then lovingly sanded, glued, and edge routed by us. We are proud to have completed everything for this puzzle in house, to include designing the puzzle, cutting the pieces, assembling, and routing.
This puzzle can be finished if desired to provide additional protection using polyurethane or other finishes.
The edges of the puzzle frame are slightly rounded. This makes them less dangerous if flung across the room like a Frisbee by an overzealous toddler.
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