My toddler loves puzzles; she loves to repeat them a few times a day, so I have been looking into expanding our collection. When you look at toddler puzzles, there are a few different characteristics to think about – some are wooden, some have pegs, while some are just chunky pieces for easy grabbing, some are more colorful than others, some are jigsaw style, and some even have sounds (my daughter loves her singing Baby Shark puzzle). The type of puzzle you want will depend on the age and development of your toddler. The chunky piece puzzles are easier to grab than little pegs, so that is what we have currently for my 1-year-old, and jigsaw-style pieces are more advanced.
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This farm puzzle is a cute wooden puzzle with 8 chunky animal pieces. (There are no pegs.) It is by Melissa and Doug which produce high-quality toys.
This Melissa and Doug farm puzzle has big pegs on each of its 8 puzzle pieces.
This Z Mayabbo farm puzzle also has pegs on its 8 wooden pieces.
This farm puzzle has 8 pieces, with pegs on its wooden pieces.
This Melissa and Doug puzzle is a more complicated farm puzzle for older toddlers. It has 20 jigsaw pieces. Instead of 8 individual animals that are each a puzzle piece, there are a few jigsaw pieces to match together to make each animal in this scene. There are four animals in this chunky-piece wooden puzzle.
Toddler Farm Puzzles with Sound!
This Melissa and Doug farm puzzle has animal sounds! It is a wooden 8-piece puzzle by Melissa and Doug. it is not a chunky puzzle; the pieces are thinner and have pegs for your toddler to pick up. It requires 2 AA batteries for the noises.
This farm puzzle has pegs, so the pieces aren’t as chunky. It also has sounds – it sings “Old McDonald” and also has 8 pieces.
This is another Melissa and Doug puzzle, with 9 pieces. It makes animal sounds when your toddler puts the piece down in its space.