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June 20, 2012

Creative Puzzle Peg

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Have a puzzle party!

Parents of wee geeks know that there’s nothing cuter than getting your geekling together for playdates with other geeklings of similar age. Of course, while the cute reigns supreme, you know everyone is secretly comparing their geekling to the others. Susie’s boy is the tallest, Donna’s girl started talking first, Anne’s boy looks the most like Captain Picard. While looking like a Starfleet captain is important, you really want to be sure your wee geek is the smartest.

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The Creative Peg Puzzle is five puzzles in one! Each of the four pieces of the base has a post with little nubs on it. Match the slots in the brightly colored shapes with the nubs on the post and then twist the piece as it goes down to the bottom. It’s one step further than the usual sort and stack puzzle, so you can be sure your wee geek’s brain grows bigger and better as a result. The four bases can be used by four wee geeks in a puzzle party or they can be fit together as its own part of the puzzle.

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