"I just can’t believe it!! I love Cubiz! and now Cubiz! 2 is released, so now I can play this game for hours and hours!", - Suzy, P.

"That’s so great I can compete with my friends over and over, ‘cause there are so many different levels and towers in this sequel! " – Marion, Netherlands

Free diagram for PowerPoint with 3 hexagonal puzzle pieces. Fully editable graphics. Use this template to illustrate a process with three steps, or a horizontal timeline.

Ready-to-use diagram : just copy/paste it into your PowerPoint presentation (or any other similar presentation tool, like OpenOffice Impress).

All elements are easily editable and therefore customizable to your needs (you can for e.g., change colors, optimize the shape fill or remove the outlines). To edit the single shapes, and the text box : select the whole shape (click on it), right-click, and Group > > Ungroup (repeat to isolate the pieces).

The puzzles progress from 2 pieces to 4 pieces to 6 pieces to 8 pieces, giving  your child the opportunity to grow with the set as they grow and develop.

The 8 piece puzzle brings the characters from the other three puzzles together in one animated scene with lots to discuss and talk about.

Step Ups! are a great way to help your toddler begin building their tactile and problem solving skills. Each puzzle measures approximately 320 cm x 215 mm.

This is one of my favorite puzzles so far. You are given 8 blocks that must be placed in a box. They will fit and the box will be "totally filled." Once you are done, slide the lid on the top to complete the puzzle. Your test subjects might feel pretty smart by knowing that they solved this puzzle within a few minutes. However, you have a surprise. Pull the extra piece from the lid and tell them to place it in the box. I've tested this puzzle with 20 people so far and the common response is " No Way! ". But yep, it can be done.

I understand the originator of this style puzzle was a German Puzzle maker by the name of Bernhard Schweitzer and a similar version (smaller & metric units) is sold on Amazon. I spent way more time than I would like to admit working out the dimensions for this version and additional hours in the workshop trying to get the blocks to be within tolerance (hand sanding). If you are a glutton for punishment and/or a better woodworker than me, take a shot at making your own :).

I tried to stick with common fraction sizes for the width and height. The depth worked out to be a unique number. For the first 4 blocks, the depth is 0.636". Block 5 (blue) is similar to block 2 (yellow) except for the hole for the lid pin.

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"I just can’t believe it!! I love Cubiz! and now Cubiz! 2 is released, so now I can play this game for hours and hours!", - Suzy, P.

"That’s so great I can compete with my friends over and over, ‘cause there are so many different levels and towers in this sequel! " – Marion, Netherlands

Free diagram for PowerPoint with 3 hexagonal puzzle pieces. Fully editable graphics. Use this template to illustrate a process with three steps, or a horizontal timeline.

Ready-to-use diagram : just copy/paste it into your PowerPoint presentation (or any other similar presentation tool, like OpenOffice Impress).

All elements are easily editable and therefore customizable to your needs (you can for e.g., change colors, optimize the shape fill or remove the outlines). To edit the single shapes, and the text box : select the whole shape (click on it), right-click, and Group > > Ungroup (repeat to isolate the pieces).

The puzzles progress from 2 pieces to 4 pieces to 6 pieces to 8 pieces, giving  your child the opportunity to grow with the set as they grow and develop.

The 8 piece puzzle brings the characters from the other three puzzles together in one animated scene with lots to discuss and talk about.

Step Ups! are a great way to help your toddler begin building their tactile and problem solving skills. Each puzzle measures approximately 320 cm x 215 mm.

This is one of my favorite puzzles so far. You are given 8 blocks that must be placed in a box. They will fit and the box will be "totally filled." Once you are done, slide the lid on the top to complete the puzzle. Your test subjects might feel pretty smart by knowing that they solved this puzzle within a few minutes. However, you have a surprise. Pull the extra piece from the lid and tell them to place it in the box. I've tested this puzzle with 20 people so far and the common response is " No Way! ". But yep, it can be done.

I understand the originator of this style puzzle was a German Puzzle maker by the name of Bernhard Schweitzer and a similar version (smaller & metric units) is sold on Amazon. I spent way more time than I would like to admit working out the dimensions for this version and additional hours in the workshop trying to get the blocks to be within tolerance (hand sanding). If you are a glutton for punishment and/or a better woodworker than me, take a shot at making your own :).

I tried to stick with common fraction sizes for the width and height. The depth worked out to be a unique number. For the first 4 blocks, the depth is 0.636". Block 5 (blue) is similar to block 2 (yellow) except for the hole for the lid pin.

"I just can’t believe it!! I love Cubiz! and now Cubiz! 2 is released, so now I can play this game for hours and hours!", - Suzy, P.

"That’s so great I can compete with my friends over and over, ‘cause there are so many different levels and towers in this sequel! " – Marion, Netherlands

"I just can’t believe it!! I love Cubiz! and now Cubiz! 2 is released, so now I can play this game for hours and hours!", - Suzy, P.

"That’s so great I can compete with my friends over and over, ‘cause there are so many different levels and towers in this sequel! " – Marion, Netherlands

Free diagram for PowerPoint with 3 hexagonal puzzle pieces. Fully editable graphics. Use this template to illustrate a process with three steps, or a horizontal timeline.

Ready-to-use diagram : just copy/paste it into your PowerPoint presentation (or any other similar presentation tool, like OpenOffice Impress).

All elements are easily editable and therefore customizable to your needs (you can for e.g., change colors, optimize the shape fill or remove the outlines). To edit the single shapes, and the text box : select the whole shape (click on it), right-click, and Group > > Ungroup (repeat to isolate the pieces).

"I just can’t believe it!! I love Cubiz! and now Cubiz! 2 is released, so now I can play this game for hours and hours!", - Suzy, P.

"That’s so great I can compete with my friends over and over, ‘cause there are so many different levels and towers in this sequel! " – Marion, Netherlands

Free diagram for PowerPoint with 3 hexagonal puzzle pieces. Fully editable graphics. Use this template to illustrate a process with three steps, or a horizontal timeline.

Ready-to-use diagram : just copy/paste it into your PowerPoint presentation (or any other similar presentation tool, like OpenOffice Impress).

All elements are easily editable and therefore customizable to your needs (you can for e.g., change colors, optimize the shape fill or remove the outlines). To edit the single shapes, and the text box : select the whole shape (click on it), right-click, and Group > > Ungroup (repeat to isolate the pieces).

The puzzles progress from 2 pieces to 4 pieces to 6 pieces to 8 pieces, giving  your child the opportunity to grow with the set as they grow and develop.

The 8 piece puzzle brings the characters from the other three puzzles together in one animated scene with lots to discuss and talk about.

Step Ups! are a great way to help your toddler begin building their tactile and problem solving skills. Each puzzle measures approximately 320 cm x 215 mm.

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