The 15 Puzzle by Think Fun is a classic sliding puzzle game that has been entertaining people for over 100 years. The game consists of a grid of 15 numbered tiles that can be moved around to rearrange the tiles into numerical order. The game is easy to learn but challenging to master, making it a great brain teaser for kids and adults alike. The 15 Puzzle is perfect for solo play or as a fun family game, and its compact size makes it easy to take with you on the go.
- Trusted by Families Worldwide – With over 50 million sold, ThinkFun is the world’s leader in brain and logic games.
- Develops critical skills – Builds logic and problem-solving skills through fun gameplay.
- What you get – Stainless steel construction comes with a leatherette travel case.
- Clear instructions – Easy to learn with a clear, high-quality instruction manual. You can start playing immediately!
- Comes with multi-level challenges – The Fifteen Puzzle comes with 31 challenges.
Patrice Badami 0:03
Hi, this is Patrice Badami, with Acorn to tree educational toy review. And today I have a toy called the 15 puzzle. Everyone has seen this, this has been around forever. But it’s a great idea for a couple of things. One, you’re teaching children number recognition number order, they’re also teaching them to plan ahead and be strategic. So they’re able to put the numbers in number order, my daughter is really good at this. So it’s it’s motor planning, it’s planning ahead. It’s number understanding the number order. And it’s also if you listen, it makes a very pleasing sound. So it’s also can be used and it’s very durable. It can be used as a fidget type toy for your pocket. And it’s also something that they can a person could work on, as opposed to just flipping the numbers around, they can actually, you know, use they can use it for several different things. Okay, so it’s just a great little tiny little thing to throw in your bag. If you want something to do. The one that’s on that I have listed is from Think Fun. It’s great. It’s a fun little educational piece. And it’s great for beginning children who are really starting off their journey and learning the number of water and it’ll encourage them to sit there and try to work on it. As opposed to working on maybe flashcards. It’s another way to teach number recognition to encourage patients and problem solving skills. So if you liked this video, please do so below and then subscribe to my channel because I’m going to be having lots of educational toys, and I’ll be explaining the benefits that it has so that you can know and share this with your family.