Simple Puzzles for Toddlers - Part 4

When making one puzzle, keeping track of the pieces is not a problem. However, when making a batch of them, you must keep track of every part and which tray it fits.

 Why? Because when you are cutting puzzles on a scroll saw, no two puzzles are precisely the same. If you don't keep the puzzle pieces together, somehow, there is a high risk that they will not fit together.

Handmade Wooden Toy Puzzles Cut and Numbered To Keep The Pieces Together
Handmade Wooden Toy Puzzles Cut and Numbered To Keep The Pieces Together



The only way I know to keep track of them is to either bag them or mark all pieces. I don't particularly appreciate dealing with the bags, so I number the sections. If you look closely at the photo, you will see that every puzzle piece and the tray is numbered. They also have numbers on the back. If I were to dump them all into a bucket and shake them up, I could still put them back in the right place.

 See the completed puzzles at the links below:
Toddlers Puzzle, Rooster, Chicken
Toddlers Puzzle, Butterfly, Very Easy Assembly
Toddlers Puzzle, Bunny Rabbit
Toddlers Cat Puzzle

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