At the puzzle tables you can try your hand at a whole series of interesting puzzles. Here you get a taste:
Assemble a pyramid out of four pieces!
Here you have to form a large T from four parts.
Pyramid of 2
A pyramid with a triangular base is to be assembled from two blue pieces.
Put together a large cube from small cubes and cuboids!
How do seven coloured pieces make a cube?
Place the 24 double dominoes on the board. Adjacent pieces must match in the adjoining quadrants.
By cleverly moving the four pieces, you can form both a cross and a square.
In this tricky puzzle, you can create both a triangle and a hexagon from the seven red pieces.
How many children?
Count the children! If you swap the two upper parts, 16 children become 15 or vice versa. How is that possible?
Circle puzzle (“All around”)
Put together a circle with ten different pieces.
Your task is to put together a square out of seven pieces.
Pyramid of 4
Four red pieces are to be combined to form a pyramid with a triangular base.
This exhibit is curriculum relevant.