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Sassi Travel Learn & Explore -Jigsaw Puzzle - The World of Ancient Civilisations

AU$25.00Price
  • Sassi Junior is a publishing house specializing in book-toys and puzzles. Cutting edge design, premium quality materials with strict safety standards and high value in contents are the guidelines for the development of each Sassi Junior product.

    Sassi Travel Learn & Explore - Jigsaw Puzzle - The World of Ancient Civilisations.
    Size - 70 x 48 cm.

    200 pieces with an extra 12 special pieces to make a fantastic 3D map.
    Age - 6+- with the help of an adult.
    MPN - SAS059
    UPC - 9788868606909

    This is a wonderful learning puzzle to encourage learning of ancient civilisations.
    Over time, amazing civilisations have developed and made history all over the world. Empires, kingdoms, armies and cities tell us the story of the past....sometimes through the great monuments left behind.  Assemble the oval 200 pc puzzle, then read the book and learn all about the ancient Romans, the Vikings, the Sumerians, the Mayans and many other fascinating ancient peoples.

    Place the 12 special 3D pieces on the puzzle to draw you in further.

    The puzzle is wonderful for curious little minds, and lends itself to having great playtime with an adult. This would certainly be great for a late primary school or early secondary school students.