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Wood Puzzle – A Special puzzle app

Wood Puzzle HD  There are million puzzle apps so what is so special about this?  It has rotation feature as one of the settings that sets this puzzle apart from others.  Rotation makes the kid to pinch and rotate the puzzle pieces making it a favorite for the Occupational therapists and parents with special needs kids.The other features include Baby mode, it just does the puzzle for the babies. You can even use this to show the toddlers how to set the puzzles.This a Lite version of a full puzzle. If you like what you see, you can purchase the full version. we are glad the developer choose to release a LITE version for the parents to try. We are sure, after using it you may want to buy full version.
IEP Goals/Skills Covered: Fine Motor, Problem Solving

Full version Link (30 puzzles): 

Lite Version Link (6 puzzles):

Update:The updated version has a circle around the pieces to give visual queue and it also says the puzzle piece name (ex: circle or animal sound). The New rotation feature allows users to either use 1 and/or 2 fingers!

Developer Notes

Wood Puzzle brings the beauty of childrens early learning to the iPad, returning to the classic toys of simpler times. Designed by a mother of two, and Latin Grammy winner for graphic design, the game includes different puzzles which help toddlers and preschoolers develop key logic and fine motor skills in an entertaining way rewarding them with sounds when completed.


1. ROTATION OFF -default setting- makes the puzzles easier for beginners.
The pieces do not rotate, they just slide into place in the same direction.

When this option is selected the pieces rotate, making the puzzles more challenging.

This feature can be activated with the settings button at the top right of the puzzle menu screen.

In Baby Mode, the puzzle is animated and puts itself together, helping the tiny ones understand the solved puzzle. They can also touch and move the pieces while they learn to solve the puzzle.

Your feedback and comments are what help us improve and make our apps better! Thank you.

Categories: iOS(iPhone/iPad), Puzzles
  1. Melanie
    August 20, 2011 at 9:02 am

    My students love these puzzles. It is a nice transition from the concrete, wooden puzzles they use within the classroom to the more abstract concepts on the iPad. (and we only have the free version)

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    December 27, 2012 at 5:24 am

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  1. May 16, 2011 at 6:48 pm

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