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My 6yo son was similar, and we have recently tried him with a 200 piece map of Europe. This is too much for him on his own at the moment, but he enjoys sitting down with an adult and doing it together. The content means it is both challenging and gives us something to chat about. The problem with smaller puzzles is that they aren't interesting to him ...


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You'll have to tailor your purchase to your daughter's interests and abilities. Since 50 pieces is too easy for her, I would go ahead and try a 100+ piece puzzle. Looking at different products, I see that 50-150 pieces are typically for ages 4+, 5+, or 6+. 100 piece puzzles look to be suitable for 5+ and 6+. However, 200 piece puzzles often jump to the ...



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