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Undo a lock or latch, swing open the numbered door and count on finding fun when the picture beneath is revealed on this wooden play board and educational toy! Build fine motor skills while learning colors, numbers, animals and more!

Customer Reviews

Not just for aspiring burglars and escape artists!

 on May 22, 2009
By Kissifur
My two year old loves this! My kiddo is dexterous like you wouldn’t believe, and has a passion for opening and closing doors as well as removing covers and lids (electrical socket safety plugs, the backs of remotes, change purses, bottle tops, baby wipes) and opening clasps (wallet, watches, bracelets). If your child is the type who’s always looking for new and exciting ways to raise your blood pressure with feats of exquisite motor control, this latchboard is a great way to redirect that energy and curiousity.

Future lock pick coming through….

 on April 15, 2016
By LMcbride
Love love love this toy!!! It’s says ages 3+ but I decided to get it for my 12 month old before I invested the time/money into making a busy board he could care less about. It is very well made, the latches are all on very securely and there are no small parts that would come off or could be swallowed. My son has managed to figure out how to open and close all the latches with the exception of the blue house (lock #2) but I think that’s mostly because the lock itself is a little stiff and hard to turn on our board, it’ll loosen up more with lots of play. I’m becoming very partial to the Melissa & Doug brand. Every toy I’ve bought from this company has been beyond impressive and continues on with this toy, it’s worth every penny.

brilliant toy

 on October 25, 2017
By Jason
LOVE this puzzle! My kiddo doesn’t really like other puzzles; he gets bored with them pretty quickly. But he LOVES playing with doors and knobs and figuring out how things work, so I knew he would like this puzzle. We’ve had it for a few months now and he knows how to open every lock, but it’s STILL one of his favorite toys. He asks for it when he’s in the high chair or his learning tower. He enjoys closing the locks as much as opening them, and now we’re using it to learn colors and animal noises together. He really enjoys this toy, and it’s built so sturdy that I know it will make for years of entertainment for him and his younger siblings, as it will last a long time.

Perfect little activity toy for hours of busy time

 on January 29, 2018
By Angel
Bought this when my daughter was only a year old. She loved it. She’s 16 months old now and is really getting the gang of it. She latches and unlatches every door/window on her own. She is a hyper girl and this toy keeps her busy for 30 plus minutes each time I give it to her. I don’t recommend leaving a child under 2 years old with it without supervision, because it has a few sharp latches that CAN injure them.

the board is sturdy and well made and it’s a great educational toy …

 on February 1, 2018
By Ashley
I bought this for my toddler during his lock/latch obsession stage but sadly it just doesn’t pique his interest. He played with it for about 10 minutes when we first unwrapped it, but now it sits unused. I don’t think the illustrations behind the doors capture his attention and the locks aren’t challenging enough. Nonetheless, the board is sturdy and well made and it’s a great educational toy for what it is.

We absolutely love this product

 on January 25, 2018
By Jennifer V.
We absolutely love this product! I have it for my step-daughters and they still love to play with it, even at 7 and 9. Our younger nephews really enjoy it when they visit as well. It’s great for fine-motor skills and hand-eye coordination. I recently ordered again for one of my residents at work. I work for a nursing home that has some clients who have dementia. This particular gentleman worked in construction all his life, and he loves to build things, take them apart, and understand how things work. As his disease has advanced, he isn’t able to do what he once was, but that doesn’t stop him from taking apart everything he can get his hands on! Although made for children, I sat down with this board for him and explained that it was one of my kids’ favorite toys. That caught his interest because he loves kids. Without any prompting, he began working with the latches on his own. We keep the board in his room now and he often gravitates to it when he is looking for something to do with his hands. We’ve found it to be a great intervention for this gentleman and would order it again should any of our other residents show an interest.

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