Saturday, January 09, 2010

Puzzles

AA has discovered puzzles; she has a Winnie the Pooh and a Mickey Mouse puzzle. For Christmas we gave her a wooden "twist" puzzle.





I must say I am amazed! Maybe three year olds are supposed to do this.

14 comments:

purplume said...

I think she has a knack for puzzles. What a joy to see.

Wanda said...

How great! Alyzabeth reminds me of my Dahlia. A wiz at puzzles since the beginning. Hmmmm......future engineers, maybe?

The Byrd's Nest said...

I am completely amazed! Look at how intense her little face is looking at the pictures...wow!

Vivian M said...

I like how she is checking out the paper! Kerri likes puzzles too, and has been playing with them for years now. It's fun when they get into the more complex ones that you can work on together!

Brian and Melinda said...

WOW. I'd say that's really good for a 3 year old. Hope Savannah learns that fast. They are growing up too fast. Take Care
Brian

Super Mommy said...

Way to go Miss. A! That looks like a fun puzzle with lots of possibilities....maybe Miss. A is going to be an Engineer?

Debbie & Barry said...

Be proud...be amazed! Those are good exercises used in middle school geometry! Excellent!!!

LaLa said...

That is awesome...where did you get that puzzle? Annslee would love it : )

T n' W said...

Check her out! That is so cool! Sophie is drawn to the mechanical type things too. Wanting to see how things work. My brother wanted to get her a wrench and socket set for Christmas. Can you just imagine the damage!:)

Melissa said...

She is smart like Brandon!!! Yes, I do believe that 3 yr olds can do puzzles!!!!

XXOO

Norah said...

My L is a 3 yr old puzzle whiz too! Wow! That's a cool puzzle. We have something similar, but I really like the one you found. I love the way she is looking at the directions. Seriously focused.

Dita said...

What a FANTASTIC learning tool. I can't believe your little Einstein has figured it out already...SMART, Beautiful and completely enchanting....she's a TRIPLE threat for sure!

a Tonggu Momma said...

I can't believe she's doing tangrams already, at THREE! Amazing! (Did you know they were invented in China?)

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