Santa & Reindeer Chunky Puzzle - 9 Pieces

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Piece together this exciting picture of Santa's Christmas Eve ride! Nine easy-to-grasp wooden pieces include Santa's sleigh and eight adorable reindeer. The chunky pieces also stand up for pretend play and display. This durable set for children is sure to be a holiday favorite year after year!


  • Chunky wooden puzzle in a holiday theme
  • Nine extra-thick puzzle pieces
  • Pieces stand upright for playtime
  • Sturdy wooden puzzle board with a Christmas Eve scene
  • Promotes hand/eye coordination, fine motor skills and creative expression


  • Product: 16" x 12" x 1.25" 2.5 lbs
  • Package: 15.7" H x 11.7" W x 0.9" L


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Discover Countless Ways To Play
  • Help the child count the number of pieces.

  • Ask the child to remove one piece at a time from the puzzle as you count aloud. Help the child return the pieces to the puzzle board as you encourage the child to count with you.

  • Line up all the reindeer, and help the child find ways that all of them are the same. Then talk with the child about the ways that each one is unique. (You can focus on the position of their legs, whether their eyes are open or closed, which direction they are facing and so on.)

  • Help the child make up a Christmas story using the puzzle pieces. You could pretend that Santa is preparing for his sleigh ride on Christmas Eve. Ask the child to tell you where the reindeer are when the story begins, how Santa calls them to the sleigh and how he know he knows where to harness each reindeer. Do they have a snack before they leave? Are any of the reindeer pulling the sleigh tonight for the first time?