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150 to 499 piece puzzles

Do you have little puzzle fans at home who aren't afraid to embark on projects with lots of pieces? Then they will love the Janod puzzles from... Read more

... to 499 pieces! Designed for children from 6 years old, the puzzles with 150 pieces and more require concentration, observation, organization and a good dose of patience!
The older the children get, the more complex the puzzles become. The illustrations are more detailed, the pieces are smaller, more numerous and it necessarily requires more thought and time to complete them. Puzzles between 150 and 500 pieces are therefore perfect for continuing to develop spatial identification, memory, logic and strengthening the ability to concentrate.
If your child is used to puzzles from an early age and is comfortable with this game, you can start offering them formats between 150 and 500 pieces around the age of 6.
Janod offers a range of puzzles from 150 to 500 pieces with varied themes and original concepts. Set off to discover Paris, the blue planet or on a cruise on a boat with the puzzle cases, very practical for storing and transporting the pieces everywhere.

To learn while having fun, Janod has imagined educational puzzles that will allow children to learn more about various subjects such as emblematic places and monuments in the world or endangered species. And to make the experience even more fun and give another dimension to the puzzle, some models have small cardboard figurines to build and put back in the right place, once the puzzle is finished. Original no?!

And for the curious little ones, Janod has also designed 2-in-1 observation puzzles: after putting the puzzle together, have fun as a family finding in the illustration the hidden objects indicated in the white border of the picture.