Brain Train Smart Game
Brain Train is a train-themed one-person logic puzzle designed for preschoolers. After selecting one of the challenges, your child will fit the colorful, rubbery shapes into the train cars to match what is shown in the spiral-bound booklet. The holes in the train are cut out in the shapes of a square, circle, and star. Your child will place matching, sometimes linked, shapes into these holes, with the linked pieces acting as a sort of coupling. Moreover, occasional pieces are reversible, such as with a square on top and a circle underneath, significantly increasing the puzzle's complexity.
The 48 challenges in the booklet are ranked into four categories and get increasingly difficult. When completed correctly, up to three individual train cars will be connected to each other. Solutions are provided on the reverse page of each puzzle. Brain Train will help your preschooler build skills in problem-solving, concentration, spatial insight, deduction, visual discrimination, spatial relations, eye-hand coordination, logic, and executive functioning.
Brain Train includes three train cars, five shape segments (nine colorful shapes altogether), and a booklet with 48 challenges. Brain Train is recommended for ages 3+.
Stimulates the following cognitive skills:
Game Type: Puzzle Game
Age Recommendation: 3+
Dimensions: 9.45 x 11.42 x 2.95 cm (LxWxH)
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
My boys love trains so this was a perfect learning toy. There are many combinations too keep them busy
My 3 yo absolutely loves the brain teaser train. She plays with it for what seems like hours. My 5 yo has recently become interested in it to and they will play together.
Kids love it, and the play while getting great stimulation, great tool/toy
My 2 kids were entertained for more than 30 mins with this. I sat down and showed my 3 yo how to look at the pics and build the puzzle. He was able to do the first 2 fairly easily, but then played with the trains for the rest of the time. He loved it. I have a feeling this will be a weekly activity during focus time for my 3rd grader. recommend!
Great game for my four year old!