The description of Baby Wooden Blocks
This free Baby Wooden Blocks for toddlers is an educational and entertaining game that helps your kids develop matching and tactile skills while playing different puzzles. It is a nice, simple, fun, and colorful game for toddlers and preschool-kindergarten kids! A lot of puzzles with animal, food, fruit, vegetable and vehicle blocks to keep your kid busy.
1. Matching to its shadow.
Touch and drag the wooden block image onto its shadow.
2. Solving puzzle.
Join the broken wooden pieces to complete the puzzle.
Easy to learn and to control:
- Touch and drag the wooden block onto its shadow
- Interact with all the elements balloons, bubbles, rockets and fruits on the screen when a puzzle is solved
This educational game will help your toddler to improve skills in problem-solving, logical and cognitive skills, concentration and memory. Simple and intuitive, your baby will have fun for hours!
A high-quality puzzle game for toddlers and preschool kids from ages 1 to 7 with colorful image wooden blocks.
Learn to recognize fruit, vegetable, food, animal and vehicle names.
Easy to use and control
Fun for children
Universal app for all phones and tablets
Simple for toddlers and babies
Toddlers develop fine motor skills by dragging and dropping block pieces. Suitable for right brain exercise, the graphics activate the right brain. Improve the brain's observation skills, cognitive ability, concentration, memory, creativity and imagination. Improves the response speed and coordination of the brain and the body.
Play with your child or let them play alone.
Use it to keep your baby or toddler occupied.
Randomly generated puzzles!
And last but not least ***All puzzles are available for FREE***
As parents ourselves, EDUBUZZKIDS takes children's wellness and privacy very seriously. Our app:
• Does not contain links to social networks
• Does not collect personal data
But yes, it does contain advertising as that’s our means of providing the app free of cost to you – the ads are carefully placed such that the kid is least likely to click on it while playing.