Children’s US sizes – clothing sizes for boys and girls
Size chart, baby clothes
Use this chart to find US sizes for babies, based on measurements in inches and weight in pounds.
|US Size||Weight, pounds||Height, inches|
Size chart, 2-7 years (girls and boys)
Use this chart to find US sizes for 2-7 year olds, both boys and girls, based on measurements in inches and weight in pounds. The T stands for Toddler.
|US Size||Height, inches||Weight, lbs|
|6x (girls) / 7 (boys)||50-51||54-58|
Size chart, girls, 7-14 years
Use this chart to find girls’ US sizes, based on measurements in inches.
|US Size||S-XL||Height, inches||Chest, inches||Waist, inches||Hips, inches|
Size chart, boys, 8-16 years
Use this chart to find boys’ US sizes, based on measurements in inches.
|US Size||S-XL||Chest, inches||Waist, inches||Hips, inches|
American baby sizes are based on the age, but since babies may vary a lot in size, it’s better to base the size on the baby’s weight and height. Use the chart below to find the correct size for your baby.
For toddlers and small kids, use the first size chart which is for both girls and boys. For older children, use the respective chart for girls and boys.
Please note that these charts only is a guide to your child’s clothing size, and that the sizes may vary between different brands.
Kid’s Size Chart – Orage Outerwear
|Measurement||7 / XS||8 / S||10 / M||12 / L||14 / XL||16 / XXL|
|1. Chest||26 – 27″
66 – 69 cm
|27 – 28″
69 – 71 cm
|28 – 29″
71 – 74 cm
|29 – 31″
74 – 79 cm
|31 – 32″|
79 – 81 cm
|32 – 33″
81 – 86 cm
|2. Natural Waist||22 – 23″
56 – 58 cm
|23 – 24″
58 – 61 cm
|24 – 25″
61 – 64 cm
|25 – 26″
64 – 66 cm
|26 – 27″
66 – 69 cm
|27 – 28″
69 – 71 cm
|3. Hips||26 – 27″
66 – 69 cm
|27 – 28″
69 – 71 cm
|28 – 29″
71 – 74 cm
|29 – 31″
74 – 79 cm
|31 – 32″
79 – 81 cm
|32 – 33″
81 – 86 cm
|5. Height||46 – 50″
116 – 127 cm
127 – 137 cm
|54 – 56″
137 – 142 cm
|56 – 58″
142 – 148 cm
|58 – 61″
148 – 155 cm
|61 – 64″
155 – 163 cm
|6. Weight||46 – 52 lbs
21 – 24 kg
|52 – 62 lbs
24 – 28 kg
|62 – 80 lbs
28 – 36 kg
|80 – 90 lbs
36 – 41 kg
|90 – 100 lbs
41 – 45 kg
|Canada / USA||7 / XS||8 / S||10 / M||12 / L||14 / XL||16 / XXL|
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|Newborn||0000||Up to 56 cm||up to 4 kg||38-40 cm|
|0-3 months||000||62 cm||6 kg||40-42 cm|
|3-6 months||00||64-69 cm||7-8 kg||46-48cm|
|9-12 months||0||69-74cm||8-10 kg||46-48 cm|
|12 months||0-1||74-79 cm||10-12 kg||47-50 cm|
|18 months||1-2||79-86 cm||12-13 kg||47-50 cm|
|2 years||2||86-94 cm||13-14 kg||48-51 cm|
|3 years||3||94-104 cm||14-16 kg||50-52 cm|
|3-4 years||4||104-114 cm||16-17 kg||50-53 cm|
|4-5 years||5||114-122 cm||17-19 kg||53-56 cm|
|5-6 years||6||122-130 cm||19-21 kg||56-58 cm|
|6-7 years||7||130-137 cm||21-23 kg||59-61 cm|
|7-8 years||8||137-145 cm||23-25 kg||60-62 cm|
Baby & Children’s Australian Clothing Size Guide
Please use the following information as a guide only in assisting to choose the correct size. We have a variety of brands from around the globe and each brand will differ slightly. Babies and children of the same age differ greatly in their weight, height and measurement so too wills their sizing.
* Australian clothing sizes are based on the age of the child
* All measurements are in cm and in Australian sizing
* Shoe size conversion chart for AUST, NZ, UK, US and European children’s shoes
|Baby’s & Children’s Shoe Size Chart|
|Age (Approx.)||AUST/NZ /UK||European||US|
Our size guidelines below will help you find your perfect fit for socks, underwear, and t-shirts.
|Men’s Sock Sizes||S/YL||M||L||XL||XXL|
|US Shoe Sizes||3 – 5.5||6 – 8.5||9 – 13||14 – 16||17 – 20|
|Euro Shoe Sizes||35 – 37||38 – 42||43 – 46||47 – 50|
|Japan Shoe Sizes||20. 5 – 23||24 – 26.5||27 – 30||31 – 34|
|UK Shoe Sizes||1.5 – 4.5||5.5 – 8||8.5 – 11.5||12.5 – 15.5|
|Brazil Shoe Sizes||32 – 35||36 – 39.5||40 – 44||45.5 – 48|
|Women’s Sock Sizes||S||M||L||OS|
|US Shoe Sizes||5 – 7.5||8 – 10.5||11 – 13.5||6 – 10|
|Euro Shoe Sizes||35 – 37||38 – 42||43 – 45||36 – 41|
|Japan Shoe Sizes||22 – 24.5||25 – 27.5||28 – 29||23 – 27|
|UK Shoe Sizes||3 – 5.5||6 – 8.5||9 – 10||4 – 8|
|Brazil Shoe Sizes||32 – 35||36 – 39.5||40 – 43||33.5 – 38.5|
*Women who wear a women’s size small may fit into a men’s size small, and women who wear a women’s size medium may fit into a men’s size medium (US Sizes Only).
|Kids’ Sock Sizes||S||M||L|
|US Shoe Sizes||7 – 10||11 – 1||2 – 5.5|
|Euro Shoe Sizes||23 – 27||29 – 34||35 – 37|
|Japan Shoe Sizes||14 – 16.5||17.5 – 20||20.5 – 23|
|UK Shoe Sizes||6.5 – 9.5||10.5 – 13.5||1.5 – 4.5|
|Brazil Shoe Sizes||21.5 – 25.5||27 – 31||32 – 35|
*Kids who wear a kids’ size large may also fit into a men’s size small or a women’s size small (US Sizes Only).
|Baby Sock Sizes||3 – 6 MO||6 – 12 MO||1 – 2 YO||2 – 4 YO|
|US Shoe Sizes||00 – 0||1 – 3||4 – 6||7 – 9|
|Euro Shoe Sizes||15||16 – 18||19 – 22||23 – 25|
|Japan Shoe Sizes||8||9 – 10. 5||12 – 13.5||14 – 16|
|UK Shoe Sizes||0||.5 – 2.5||3.5 – 5.5||6.5 – 8.5|
|Brazil Shoe Sizes||17.5 – 20||21.5 – 24|
*Toddlers between ages 2 and 4 may also fit into a kids’ size small (US Sizes Only).
|Men’s Underwear Sizes||XS||S||M||L||XL|
|Waist in Inches||24 – 26″||28 – 30″||32 – 34″||36 – 38″||39 – 42″|
|Waist in Centimeters||60 – 65 cm||70 -75 cm||80 – 85 cm||90 – 95 cm||100 – 105 cm|
|Boys’ Underwear Sizes||S||M||L|
|Age||6 – 8||8 – 10||10 – 12|
|Waist in Inches||21 – 22″||22 – 23″||23 – 24″|
|Waist in Centimeters||54 – 56 cm||56 – 58 cm||58 – 60 cm|
*Boys who wear a boys’ size large may also fit into a men’s size extra small (US Sizes Only).
|Women’s Bra Sizes||XS||S||M||L||XL|
|US Sizes||30A/B, 32AA/A||32B/C, 34AA/B||32D, 34C/D, 36A/B||36C/D, 38A/B/C||38D/DD|
|Bust in Inches||32 – 33″||34 – 35″||36 – 37″||38 – 39″||40 – 41″|
|Women’s Undies Sizes||XS||S||M||L||XL|
|US Sizes||0 – 2||4 – 6||8 – 10||12 – 14||16|
|Waist in Inches||24 – 25″||26 – 27″||28 – 29″||30 – 33″||34 – 35″|
|Hips in Inches||34 – 35″||36 – 37″||38 – 39″||40 – 43″||44 – 45″|
|Men’s / Unisex T-Shirts Sizes||XS||S||M||L||XL||XXL|
|Chest in Inches||34 – 36″||36 – 38″||38 – 40″||40 – 42″||42 – 45″||45 – 48″|
|Waist in Inches||27 – 29″||29 – 31″||31 – 33″||33 – 36″||36 – 40″||40 – 44″|
|Hips in Inches||35 – 37″||37 – 39″||39 – 41″||41 – 44″||44 – 48″||48 – 52″|
|Women’s T-Shirts Sizes||XS||S||M||L||XL||XXL|
|Chest in Inches||32 – 33″||34 – 35″||36 – 37″||38 – 39″||40 – 41″||42 – 43″|
|Waist in Inches||24 – 25″||26 – 27″||28 – 30″||30 – 33″||34 – 35″||36 – 37″|
|Hips in Inches||34 – 35″||36 – 37″||38 – 39′||40 – 43″||44 – 45″||46 – 47″|
Children’s International Size Conversion ChartChildren’s International Size Conversion Chart
Thebelow chart will help you find the International conversion chart for children’ssizing as it relates to finding the right size for most children clothing suchas, jackets, coats, trousers, t-shirts, blouses and sweaters.View ChartInternational Conversion Chart forChildren’s Clothing
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|12-18 m||12 m||80 cm|
|18-24 m||18 m||80-86 cm||18 m|
|23/24 m||24 m||86-92 cm||2|
|7 to 8||7-8||122-128 cm||8|
|9 to 10||8-9||128-134 cm||9|
TheAmerican, British and Australian sizes are based on the age of the child, while in Europe the size is based on the child’s height in centimeters. Some US sizes include a “T”, which stands for toddler.
As you probably know each brand has its own size variations, this guide helps you find the right International conversion for men’s sizing, each brand or manufacturer may deviate from the standard size.
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How to Measure & Head Size Guide – Little Hotdog Watson
Fit is so important when it comes to picking a child’s hat. Especially as all Hotdogs heads are different. The sizes are written in AGE but we’ve also included the centimetre measurement. Please make sure you take a moment and check your Hotdog’s CM (centimetre) measurement before ordering.
How to measure: 1, 2, 3 steps
1. Get a fabric tape measure with CM markings, or a strip of paper or fabric.
2. Wrap the tape measure or fabric around your Hodog’s head, sitting just above the ears.
Make sure the tape measure is not tight and has some movement.
3. Round UP to the nearest cm.
Check the chart if your Hotdog is between sizes go up to the next size.
Wearing LITTLE HOTDOG WATSON’S Adventurer Bucket Hat and Cub Baseball Hat in Panda Pop
|12–18 months||48cm||18. 50″|
*Inches rounded up to closest half inch
This size guide is for Little Hotdog Watson hats. Our hats are uniquely designed and fit larger than standard hats.
On the children’s hats that have a chin strap this measures 15.5cm (6.1″) on each side and is adjustable with Velcro.
All winter arctic cubs have chin straps.
For summer kids hats styles: Adventurer, Pioneer, Globetrotter ALL have chin straps up to size 18-36 months (inclusive). Navigator has a chin strap up to age 3-5 years (inclusive).
Now you’ve identified your child’s ideal hat size, find their perfect style.
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Articles, comments, answers to questions : Average parental pay
Regulations : Average parental pay Federal law of 29.12.2012 N 273-FZ
(as revised on 02.07.2021)
“On education in the Russian Federation”
(as amended and supplemented, entered into force on 13.07.2021) 5. In order to provide material support for the upbringing and education of children attending educational organizations that implement the educational program of preschool education, parents (legal representatives) are provided with compensation. The amount of compensation is established by laws and other regulatory legal acts of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation and should not be less than twenty percent of the average parental fee for looking after and caring for children in state and municipal educational organizations located on the territory of the corresponding constituent entity of the Russian Federation, for the first child, at least fifty percent of the amount of such payment for the second child, not less than seventy percent of the amount of such payment for the third child and subsequent children. The average size of the parental payment for the supervision and care of children in state and municipal educational organizations is established by the state authorities of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation. One of the parents (legal representatives) who have paid parental fees for looking after and caring for children in the relevant educational organization has the right to receive compensation. When providing compensation, the state authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation have the right, by laws and other regulatory legal acts of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, to establish criteria for need.
Medium Craft Kit (10696) – Building InstructionsMedium Craft Kit (10696) – Building Instructions | LEGO.com RU
- Medium Creative Kit (10696) | Assembly Instructions | LEGO Classic 10696 Medium Craft Set
Building Instructions – Medium Creativity Set (10696)
Yellow CarDrrrrr! Dr-r-r-r! Fasten your seat belts and get ready for a new adventure: the yellow LEGO® Classic car can reach incredible speed! Faster! Download free building instructions or it will drive away without you! Build this yellow car with the 10696 LEGO Classic Medium Creative Set bricks, and if you get tired of it, rebuild it with different colored bricks.Check how many variants of this car you can assemble. What color would your car be if you had a choice? After your yellow car is ready, list all the yellow elements that can be installed in the cabin. How many can you think of?
Purple FlowerThese petals deserve an award! Do you know that the largest flower in the world is called rafflesia and reaches a meter in diameter? There are so many fragrant flowers in the world! Download free building instructions to build the LEGO Classic purple flower from the LEGO Classic 10696 Medium Creative Craft Set. What scent do you think this flower has? Does it smell like other purple things like ripe grapes or plums? Or maybe he smells something completely unusual? For example, marshmallows or soccer balls?
Pink flowerThere is no need to wait for this flower to grow. Just download the building instructions and start building with the LEGO Classic 10696 Medium Creativity Set bricks. Is there a garden near your house? What plants would you like to grow in your garden if you had one? If you have one, which of the animals or beetles that you noticed among the plants seemed the most interesting to you? Once you’ve assembled this pink flower, use LEGO bricks to build a few more plants and bugs to keep him company and fill your miniature garden.
TrainDid you know that once trains had no motors and were pulled by horses? This steam locomotive with a steep tube through which smoke exits the steam boiler is a more modern version of the train. Download free building instructions to build your very own train with the LEGO Classic Medium Creative Set 10696 bricks. Where is your train going? Build a few more cars from the blocks for your train. Let’s see how long you can assemble a train!
CrocodileDid you know that crocodiles don’t chew? They swallow pieces of food whole, so we do not recommend inviting crocodiles to dinner… They have terrible manners! Fortunately, this LEGO® Classic crocodile is a very polite guest. Download free building instructions to build a grinning green crocodile using the bricks of the 10696 LEGO Classic Medium Creative Set. Use different LEGO eyes to convey the different emotions of your new pet.
Mini-car with remote controlWhat does the abbreviation “DU” mean? “Remote Control” or “Really Awesome”? Either way, this LEGO® Classic Mini Car is ready to race! Download free LEGO® building instructions and use the pieces from the 10696 LEGO Classic Medium Creative Set to build a car that will blow up the racetrack.To make it even more fun, build two cars and have a real race! What else can the remote control be useful for? Can you build a remote control for the sun to control the time? What will it look like? Build it with the LEGO bricks from your collection.
TigerDid you know that tiger stripes are as unique as fingerprints? Each tiger has its own unique pattern. Download free building instructions to build your very own LEGO Classic Tiger using the LEGO® Classic Medium Creative Set 10696 bricks.If you want to create a unique kind of tiger, replace the orange and black cubes with cubes of a different color to make it very special. What will you name your tiger when it’s ready?
Maple-shaped name card holderNow all your favorite forest dwellers can get to know you! By writing your name on the trunk of this maple, you can easily get to know rabbits and squirrels. Download free LEGO® building instructions and use parts from the LEGO Classic 10696 Medium Creative Craft Set.When you’re done, build a few more card holders, write the names of all family members on the cards, and place the holders on the table for the gala dinner. You can use cubes of different colors and use the building instructions to design different coasters!
Easter Bunny and Colorful EggsFind out how to build a fun Easter Bunny and Colorful Eggs with these cool free instructions from LEGO® Classic and the 10696 Medium Creativity Set!
GhostBoo! Do not worry! This cute, if slightly intimidating, LEGO® Classic ghost wants to befriend you. Do you find it lonely to wander alone? This ghost will gladly keep you company! You may not even have to leave the house, because the ghost is making an awfully delicious blueberry pie. Download free building instructions to build your new creepy friend using the LEGO Classic Large Craft Set 10698 bricks. Use different LEGO eye elements to change the ghost’s expression or convey different emotions!
Chinese New Year MonkeyLearn how to assemble a naughty monkey to celebrate Chinese New Year together with these cool free instructions from LEGO® Classic and the 10696 Medium Creative Kit!
Summer Football CampLearn how to build foosball for even the wettest day with these cool free instructions from LEGO® Classic and the 10696 Medium Creative Kit!
FireplaceLearn how to build your own special party decorations, such as a party fireplace, with these fun free instructions from LEGO® Classic and the 10696 Medium Creative Kit!
Off-road vehicleThis off-road vehicle allows you to go on a long journey! Download free building instructions to build your off-road vehicle using the LEGO® Classic Medium Creative Set 10696 bricks. Use the remaining cubes to collect a steep obstacle course for your off-road vehicle. And if you’re in the mood for real adventure, drive your SUV around the house to see how many different surfaces it can drive. Will he be able to ride the stairs? How about a blanket on the bed?
Red Race PlaneWhat would a race track look like in the sky? A maze of floating clouds? Or a route between tall trees? Download free LEGO® building instructions and build your own red racing plane from the 10696 LEGO Classic Medium Creative Kit, then design a racetrack for it! Use LEGO bricks and other items in your home to build a mind-blowing obstacle track.You can build two planes, invite a friend and have a real competition!
Super ShuttleEmbark on an intergalactic journey in a safe LEGO® Classic Super Shuttle! Visit Saturn to count its rings, or travel to the Milky Way and see what’s beyond. But before you set out on an adventure, you need to build a vehicle for yourself. Download the free LEGO® building instructions and use the 10696 LEGO Classic Medium Creative Kit to build your very own super shuttle.When the shuttle is ready, start the countdown and hit the road! Building instructions suggest using black and white cubes, but you can choose any colors! What color will your super shuttle be?
Kids and the SnowmanLearn how to build your own quirky party decorations like the snowman and his friends with these fun free instructions from LEGO® Classic and the 10696 Medium Creative Kit!
TrainFind out how to build your own quirky party decorations like this colorful toy train with these fun free instructions from LEGO® Classic and the 10696 Medium Creative Kit!
Halloween Pumpkin LanternLearn how to build a real pumpkin lantern to celebrate Halloween together with these cool free building instructions from LEGO® Classic and the 10696 Medium Creative Kit!
Santa Claus and ReindeerLearn how to build your own quirky party decorations, like Santa Feeding his hardworking reindeer, with these fun free instructions from LEGO® Classic and the 10696 Medium Creative Craft Kit !
Robot Best FriendThis cute LEGO® Classic Fantasy Robot is ready to be your best friend, so you can create new adventures together. Ready to build? You don’t need hardware or software … Download these free LEGO® building instructions and use parts from the 10696 LEGO Classic Medium Creative Set. When you’re done building, go with your best robot friend to new adventures! Is your robot a superhero that can fight computer viruses? Or is he musically talented, playing heavy metal tunes and going on a tour of some of the biggest robot cities? It’s up to you to decide.Collect all possible options with LEGO bricks!
ReindeerLearn how to build your own quirky party decorations, like a friendly reindeer, with these fun, free instructions from LEGO® Classic and the 10696 Medium Creative Kit!
ToasterYawn? In the morning there is nothing better than a delicious breakfast. Better than freshly boiled eggs and toast can only be a breakfast made from cubes (it’s a shame it can’t be eaten). Download your free building instructions to start building this LEGO Classic 10696 Medium Creative Brick Model. When the toaster is ready, use the cubes to assemble other foods you would normally eat for breakfast. Don’t forget fruits, eggs, sausages and other favorite foods.
WindmillYour next adventure awaits in this quiet and mysterious LEGO® Classic windmill. Download free building instructions to build your windmill with 10696 LEGO Classic Medium Creative Set bricks and go on your next adventure. What kind of creatures will you meet on your way? Maybe a mysterious troll lives in the basement of the windmill? Or maybe some fabulous creature also lives in the attic? Build an adventure with your LEGO bricks collection! 90,000 How to choose puzzles for kids?
Correctly selected jigsaw puzzles can be a source of fun and educational play.However, asking your child an overly difficult task can lead to boredom or frustration. This is something to keep in mind when choosing puzzles. Below are some tips on how to best adapt play to your child’s skills and developmental level.
The benefits of folding puzzles
Playing jigsaw puzzles is a good training of hand motor skills, visual perception, as well as cognitive skills that are responsible for organizing and strategizing the folding process. Puzzles teach patience and perseverance, and the reward is the satisfaction of the folded picture.Folding jigsaw puzzles can be not only an independent activity, but also great fun with a group of friends or family.
How to assess the degree of difficulty?
The difficulty level is primarily influenced by the following factors:
- number of elements
- dimensions of elements
- degree of picture detail and color differentiation
- child’s experience in folding puzzles
- workmanship (board thickness, resistance to deformation of elements, cutting accuracy)
- Other characteristics that can help with folding (contours of the picture, shapes of elements, etc.)n.)
When to start?
Castorland jigsaw puzzles are designed for children from the age of three. This is the right time to start playing with cardboard puzzles, which are slightly more difficult than cubes and volumetric toys. At this age, the child, as a rule, stops exploring the world with the mouth and begins to improve hand motor skills and visually recognize which parts of the picture fit together. If the child has not faced puzzles like jigsaw puzzles before, he will probably need the help of elders.
Puzzles for 3-year-olds
We recommend that the smallest begin with jigsaw puzzles that have large pieces that are easy to manipulate. It is important to carefully choose the theme of the puzzles, in accordance with the interests of the child.
At this age, the child likes to put together well-known objects and characters with which he was used before. Our offer includes the themes of the most popular bedtime stories all over the world. In addition, there are animals, cars, situational scenes.
For a start, products of the 4xPuzzle series are suitable, containing a set of 4 pictures, divided, respectively, into 4, 5, 6 and 7 elements each. It should be emphasized that these are outline pictures, which greatly facilitate the recognition of the content of the image. In addition, the pictures differ in varying degrees of complexity. The game should start with the picture with the fewest elements, so that after the success is achieved, adding the next one is a little more difficult.
For toddlers aged 3 years who have already gained some experience, we suggest purchasing the 4xPuzzle series, which contains a set of 4 pictures, divided into 8, 12, 16 and 20 elements each, respectively.
Accumulating experience gained in the process of folding the first puzzles, the child begins to independently cope with the manipulation and connection of elements. Despite the fact that he still often uses the method of trial and error, the child begins to develop the first systematic methods of verification. This is a signal that you can move on to puzzles containing more elements or more complex illustrations.
For 4-year-olds, the Puzzle 20 Maxi series with large pieces is suitable, and the entire illustration is outlined.Then we offer the series “Puzzle 40 Maxi”, where the illustration format is the same as in the previous series, but the size of the elements is slightly smaller. Optionally, you can also choose “Puzzle 30”, which will also be of interest to children of this age.
Children in their fifth year of life are advised to choose puzzles of the 4xPuzzle series (30 + 40 + 50 + 60 elements). Then – puzzles for 60 elements.
Six-year-old children have such developed synthetic abilities that they know how to identify elements according to their destination.They also do a good job of sorting them. They know how to develop their own folding methods (strategies) – by shape, by color or by the object in the picture. Children in this age group are looking for games that are challenging enough for them. Depending on previous experience with puzzles, 8-year-olds can handle puzzles ranging from 260 to 500 pieces.
The number of elements we offer and the degree of difficulty must be selected, depending on the individual abilities of the child.We must not forget about this.
We invite you to join the puzzles!
Average element size (cm)
|Puzzle 4000||1.7 × 1.5|
|Puzzle 3000||1.6 × 1.4|
|Puzzle 2000||1.9 × 1.7|
|Puzzle 1500||1.6 × 1.4|
|Puzzle 1000||1.9 × 1.7|
|Puzzle 500||9+||1.9 × 1.7|
|Puzzle 260||8+||1.9 × 1.7|
|Puzzle 120||6+||2.8 × 2.2|
|Puzzle 60||5+||3. 8 × 3.2|
|Puzzle 30||4+||4.6 × 5.3|
|Puzzle 20 MAXI||4+||10 × 12|
|Puzzle 40 MAXI||4+||8 × 7.4|
|2 × Puzzle 70 + 120||6+|
|2 × Puzzle 165 + 300||8+|
|4 × Puzzle 4 + 5 + 6 + 7||3+|
|4 × Puzzle 8 + 12 + 15 + 20||4+|
|4 × Puzzle 30 + 40 + 50 + 60||5+|
|Puzzle 220 MINI||8+||2 × 1.5|
|Puzzle 120 MINI||6+||2 × 1.5|
|Puzzle 105 MINI||6+||2 × 1.5|
|Puzzle 80 MINI||5+||2.3 × 2|
|Puzzle 54 MINI||5+||2 × 1.5|
|Puzzle 24 MINI||4+||2. 8 x 2.8|