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Egg Tangram - Double Set with challenge cards

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The object of Tangram puzzles is to arrange all the pieces into different shapes.

The Egg Tangram puzzle double set comes with 55 challenge cards that allow you to play/compete with another player or to play against yourself. The front of each card shows a bird shape that you need to form using all 9 pieces and the solution on the back. The puzzle has three difficulty levels, easy, medium and hard. Unlike many other puzzles, tangrams allow for endless creativity as you form new shapes!
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Tangram puzzles originated in China sometime before 1780. The object of Tangram puzzles is to arrange all the pieces into different shapes.

The Egg Tangram puzzle double set comes with 55 challenge cards that allow you to play/compete with another player or to play against yourself. The front of each card shows a bird shape that you need to form using all 9 pieces and the solution on the back. The puzzle has three difficulty levels, easy, medium and hard. Unlike many other puzzles, tangrams allow for endless creativity as you form new shapes!

All of our Tangram puzzle sets designed by Kobi Levi. The Egg Tangram puzzle set are wonderful mathematical games that help build critical thinking skills and understanding of geometry, making this a perfect puzzle/game for all ages and skill levels.

The Egg Tangram double set comes in a beautiful handmade wooden box with a lid for safekeeping. The Egg Tangram double set is a wonderful gift for adults and children aged 7 and up who want to sharpen their problem-solving skills and enjoy a fun, relaxing low-tech activity!

So go ahead, choose a card and challenge yourself!


For a video showing how to play please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6dKojcS5P4

 

Wood TypeAge-GroupDifficulty (1-5)Number of PlayersSizeWeightPackaging
Monkey Pod 7 and up 2.5 1 7.5"x4.75"x1.25" 0.90 Pounds Plastic shrink wrap
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