She laid out all the big blocks first with the exception of the stop sign in the middle. Then she tried to fill in all the smaller spaces.
Here's how it looked when she decided to take out a few of the larger blocks and try and fill in with some smaller squares.
Of course there needs to be people and bridges added to the top.
Here comes Mina to play with the new creation. She went and found a bunch of people to add to the new town. I can't remember now that I'm writing about it what they were all doing in a circle, but I think they had some sort of purpose.
Then Mina decided to make her own kind of puzzle with no boundaries. It's fun to see where she put the pieces that aren't a square or rectangular shape.
Next time I think I will fill in part of the square myself and then have Maisy see if she can complete it without moving the other blocks too much.Linked to The Play Academy