|Your child can solve Online sliding puzzles for kids on the Sloth with 6 to 108 pieces or at various difficulty levels (Easy, Medium or Hard). Sliding puzzles for kids are great brain games to enhance the problem solving and logical reasoning skills of your child.
INSTRUCTIONS TO PLAY THE GAME
- Click and drag pieces to place them in the puzzle.
- Correct pieces when placed together will join together.
- Continue dragging pieces until the puzzle is finished.
- The faster you finish the puzzle, the higher your score will be.
TIPS TO PLAY THE GAME
Separate All the Pieces:
Match Pieces to the Outline on the Screen:
- The pieces will originally be piled on top of one another, making them hard to see. Dragging the pieces apart from one another will help you see them better and help you decide where they belong.
Study the Picture:
- Each jigsaw puzzle will be solved within a square or rectangular frame. There will be outlines in the frame (if grid setting is on for the puzzle) that will help you decide where the pieces go.
- Each puzzle will have a picture that shows you how the jigsaw will look when it is solved correctly. Study the picture intently because that will help you know which pieces to look for when you are doing each section of the puzzle.
These drowsy tree-dwellers sleep up to 20 hours a day. And even when they are awake, they barely move at all. In fact, they're so incredibly sluggish, algae actually grows on their fur.
Sloths live in the tropical forests of Central and South America. With their long arms and shaggy fur, they resemble monkeys, but they are actually related to armadillos and anteaters. They can be 2 to 2.5 feet long and, depending on species, weigh from 3.6 to 7.7 kilograms.
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