Discover the World 200 piece puzzle made in Barcelona by Londji. With Discover the World first you build the puzzle, then find the Eiffel Tour, the Big Ben or the panda among many others. Will you find them all? This beautiful game has been illustrated by @carmensaldana_illustration and includes a puzzle of 200 pieces and 34 observation cards for learning the layout of the planet.
Made from recycled cardboard and paper, comes in a sturdy cardboard box.
Size of the puzzle 30.5 x 20 x 8 cm and the box size is 67 x 48 cm.
It is about what we all take away. How we feel when we sing together, how a song can make a child smile or soothe them during tough times. The list of benefits acquired from singing and music making is extensive. We may not see it right away, but if we pay attention, we will soon discover how important a role music plays in a child's development. The connections fostered between peers in each class is amazing to see and we love watching our little friends come to life in each and every class. Come join the fun!
"Chorus & Clouds has been our safe haven since the beginning of the pandemic. Without family or support here, the community we've met through music and art classes have been safe, supportive & genuine. You have been like family to us, in which we are so grateful. We will miss you Jess & team! Lots of love & many blessings.”
—Leevi & Di
“We absolutely love our classes at Chorus and Clouds. Jess and the team create a fun, interactive and positive learning and playful environment for kids AND parents. The space is lovely! Very warm, comfortable and inviting. And the music is great!”
— Yarrow & Olive
“Chorus and Clouds - our home away from home for over 3.5 years now. I count my blessings to have found Jess and her magical space all those years ago. Jess is an outstanding, passionate childhood educator. She creates both a magical and safe environment for children to experience and expand their wonder and awe through music, art, stories and exploration. Jess has the biggest heart, a beautiful voice and a genuine interest in each and every child’s curiosity which truly lets them shine!”
— Anna, Aila & Ava