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Because the animal puzzles were so popular at the Kinderhaus, I created a layered puzzle for the cosmic education corner. The snowdrop (plant with bulb) lend itself because spring was just about to be on the way. Because this layered puzzle also proved to be very popular I also made a bean puzzle (plant with seed) and the lifecycles of a painted lady and a tree frog.

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Required materials

Schneeglöckchenpuzzle mit seinen Schichten


Print out the template and cut the snow drop out with all of its puzzle pieces. Fix the puzzle parts of the top layer onto a piece of wood and transfer the outlines using a pencil.

Using a drill make a little hole on the line and feed the coping saw through. Carefully cut out the puzzle pieces.

Sand the puzzle pices and the negative shapes. Place the pieces in the negative form and test if everything fits, if a piece is too tight sand again till it fits perfectly. Then glue the negative shape onto a new piece of plywood board.

Put the negative shape on the second layer and trace the parts for the second layer with pencil - this way you can adjust to any small irregularities and "mistakes" that may have occurred.


Repeat these steps for the third layer too. Sand everything.

Glue the negative shapes onto the fourth plywood board. Paint the puzzle pieces with ink or food colouring - for the outlines and the drawing you can also use a fine-Liner pen.

After they have dried rub Beeswax polish onto the pieces and the negative form, take off any excess of the wax with a cloth.


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No time to make your own?

You can buy this puzzle nowhere - but there are some layered puzzles available from Belduc - but their pieces are random - you can't give them a name for each part of the plant.

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