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4Knowledge-4Fun.com, is an online educational materials, product and toy store for kids newborn through age 14. They carry a wide variety of arts & crafts, books, building toys, dolls, active & outdoor play items, plush favorites, science kits, puzzles, games and SO MUCH MORE! 

Since the holidays and gift giving will be here before you know it, we’ll be highlighting a few of their toys over the next two months.

Oh – and if you’d like more info on the website, click here.

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Great Minds Mini Puzzles

Tests have shown that brain teaser puzzle solvers are likely to have increased brain processing speed, memory and concentration.

Da Vinci’s Ball Bearing Puzzle – designed to test your logic, spatial reasoning, strategy, fine motor, and focus skills. It is rated 3 (Hard) out of 5 in the Professor Puzzle Difficulty Rating.

Offers non-battery/non-electric stimulation in a modern and fun way.

Interesting facts about Da Vinci from the back of the box are: Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519). He developed the idea for the first helicopter. He understood that the propeller required fast rotation along with something to reduce friction. Using Ball Bearings along with a lubricant allowed for increased propeller speed. Ball Bearings were used by Romans but Leonardo Da Vinci is credited with their invention.

William Shakespeare’s Word Puzzle – designed to test your logic, spatial reasoning, strategy, fine motor, and focus skills. It is rated 4 (Very Hard) out of 5 in the Professor Puzzle Difficulty Rating.

Offers non-battery/non-electric stimulation in a modern and fun way.

Interesting facts about William Shakespeare from the back of the box are: William Shakespeare (1564-1616). He is known as one of the greatest playwrights in any language. He was a famous poet, wordsmith and one of the creators of modern English language. More than 2,000 new word and phrases are credited to him which are still used today.

Benjamin Franklin’s Keys Puzzle – designed to test your logic, spatial reasoning, strategy, fine motor, and focus skills. It is rated 1 (Easy) out of 5 in the Professor Puzzle Difficulty Rating.

Interesting facts about Benjamin Franklin from the back of the box are: Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790). He is known for showing that lightning is made of electrical charges. He was zapped while flying a kite. He touched the electrically charged ribbon and key and received “electrical charges” as a result.

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