A set of 4 thick handcut wooden jigsaws depicting 4 familiar routines - getting up, getting ready for bed, going shopping, and getting a haircut. Each puzzle has 5 pieces which are nicely illustrated and fit together in sequence. A clear and predictable way to reinforce familiar events.
Parents of children with poor verbal comprehension, either as a developmental delay, a hearing loss or a specific language problem, are often encouraged to try to give their child a very structured and predictable daytime routine where possible. These jigsaws are another tool for emphasising structure and helping them to learn what happens next.