Barbara: an always learning SAHM of Ilana (11) and Aiden (8) living in Belgium with my amazing husband.
Interesting answers so far, thanks!
Lisa, lucky mama of Kelly (3/93) , Emma (5/03) , Evan (7/05) , & Jenna (6/09)
Loving my amazing dh, James & forever missing Aaron Ambrose (11/07)
Honestly I think it really does depend on the individual child. My DD loved doing puzzles and could put together a 24 piece puzzle at 3 easily. However, my DS (32 months) gets pretty frustrated with puzzles and I'm not sure he will be able to put together a 24 piece one anytime soon.
She's always liked puzzles, though.
It says 4+ on the box but I'd get one for a child of 2 -3. I'd much rather get a puzzle that they need a bot of help with a first than one thats too easy. I got a few simple wooden ones in a sale that I saved for DD and she hardly used them.
Three big girls (10) + (almost 9!);
One little boy (6) and a full on toddler (8/12) born with TAPVR (repaired at 6 days old).