Do you remember yourself when you first could spell all the
letters of alphabet? How did it feel like knowing all the letters? How does it
feel counting all numbers to 10?
Exciting and hard at the same time! These
where first small steps which brought us closer to learning and education.
PIKU team has created a wooden letter and number puzzle.
This puzzle a great self-learning game and will be an exciting tool for all
curious children to get into close friends with world of letters and numbers in
an engaging way.
How children can use the PIKU puzzle:
• place all the letters and numbers in the blank spaces.
This is a good fine motor skills training for the fingers and will entertain
for a longer time;
• try to put all the letters in in alphabetical order; and
line up numbers - from largest to smallest;
• spell all the letters in alphabetical order to strengthen
the knowledge of the alphabet;
• place a white page under the stencil plate and draw lines
and color the empty areas;
• Play a word typing game. Using a piece of paper parents
write a word and place it in front the child who should compose the same word
from the letters of the puzzle. Dear parents, we invite you to come up with
words that do not include repeating letters. It makes this task a little harder
and also more interesting for parents as well.
When creating the Puzzle we thought about keeping letters
and numbers in order so that they do not fall out and are always in place.
Therefore we developed a base plate which also helps to store all letters and
We suggest that children from the age of 3 can work with our