Jigsaw Tower

Stack the pieces of the 3D jigsaw puzzle to build an interesting tower.

Stack the pieces of the 3D jigsaw puzzle to build an interesting tower.

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Age: 3+

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Children begin to understand patterns when they notice that some objects are arranged to visually appear in a particular order.

Stacking blocks on this self-correcting 3D jigsaw puzzle get children very excited. They get engrossed in learning by trial and error how a pattern is formed only when the pieces are correctly stacked. Each piece is unique yet when arranged in the right pattern, fits perfectly well to form the whole tower.

Set includes 6 wooden jigsaw cubes, a wooden roof, a wooden base, a detailed instruction manual all packed in a Skola Doodle Box.

Size of Stacked Pieces : 39 cm x 14.8 cm

As children begin to register how objects form patterns when arranged particularly, they begin to identify and pair patterns on objects (See How).

Manufactured by:

Kido Enterprises Private Limited
Industrial Plot No.19 A Sy. No. 36,37,131, Kumbalgodu Village, Kengeri Hobli, Bangalore South Taluk, Bengaluru (Bangalore) Urban, Karnataka, 560044

Jigsaws are an ideal way to enhance problem solving and logic skills among children. 3D jigsaws requires even more analysis and reasoning in order to be completed. This toy also engages children to twist, turn and fit the pieces, thereby improving their motor skills and aiding their writing ability for the future. Moving the pieces in order to fit them correctly also gives them directional awareness indicating left and right. When children analyzing different shapes and try to fit them together, they learn complementary pairing.


  • Building
    • Remove all the pieces and place them randomly. Show the child how to search for a piece that has a flat side and place it at the bottom. Check the edge of the piece and find its corresponding pair and place one on top of the other. Trace the uneven shape with 2 fingers (middle and index) to show the child what you are doing.