Our puzzle sets depict traditional scenes from countries in Africa - showcasing the diverse, vibrant and colourful cultures across the continent. These original puzzles are backed by research showing that cultural education fosters creativity and innovation, unlocking vital skills that drive creative industries.
Included in the Ghana box, is a progressive learning offering of 3 puzzles ranging in difficulty from 4, to 12, and then 24 pieces, aiding the developmental stages of 2-5 year olds. These areas include problem solving, fine motor development as well as key cognitive skills. This means the varying levels included in one box can serve the needs of more than one child both at home and in a learning environment, making this box multi-functional.
With short stories using words from languages local to Ghana to describe what's happening in the image, they are a great learning tool to broaden a child’s understanding of cultural diversity. Why don't you find out what Kofi & Adwoa, Dzidedi and Anamzooya are all up to?
Dimensions and details
The puzzles pieces are made out of durable cardboard. The 4 piece set measures to the size of A5, while the 12 and 24 pieces measure to A4 when complete.
This product is shipped from the United Kingdom.
Postage and delivery options:
- Standard (3 - 7 days): £4.95
- Tracked (2 - 5 days): £6.50
- Express (48 hours): £8.50
- Tracked & signed (4 - 7 days): £15
- Courier (2 - 5 days): £20
US, Canada, Australia & rest of the world (we do NOT ship to South Africa)
- Tracked & signed (7 - 10 days): £28
- DHL express (2 - 6 days): £34
The cost of shipping is for your entire shopping basket and not each individual item.
Founder of Sheni and Teni Folasayo Williams wants to diversify the children's market, creating fun and educational ways for children from all backgrounds to gain an appreciation of African cultures. Named after her kids, the Sheni and Teni brand was created with the main goal of expanding horizons in the world of play and education through toys.
She always loved jigsaws as a child, and when Sheni approached the age of three, she began to search online for puzzles but could only find brands which did not reflect the beautiful brown skin of her family. She thought she could create a fun, engaging and age-appropriate way of introducing children to African cultures and this was her main driver for designing the products.
Looking forward, Folasayo aims to build on the foundation she has already created, design and develop even more exciting products and create the bridge between play, culture and education.