|Papa Frank's Woodworking
These are simple puzzles for 3-4 year olds. I used poplar and no finish in case someone decided they would be good to chew on.
This diahrama was a gift for my oldest grandson for Christmas 2007. I got the pattern from Dinosaur Puzzles for the Scroll Saw: 30 Amazing Patterns for Kids of All Ages by Judy Peterson. I have made many of the dinosaur puzzles from this book - kids love the puzzles.
The wood is hickory left over from the kitchen remodeling my son-in-law did with water-based strain used to color the dinosaurs and the trees.
I made this number snake for my grandson Josh for his third birthday. It has ten parts numbered 1 to 10.
I used food coloring for the dye. So if his younger brother Evan decides to chew on it, no problem!
The numbers were pasted on.
|Baby Dragon Chewing on its tail
A cute little puzzle from