Gifted for review
We’ve always been a big fan of puzzles in this house, and Joshua loves working on them with us. We’ve gradually built up the difficulty over the years from his original Thomas The Tank Engine puzzles with 24 giant pieces to our last puzzle which had a rather challenging 500.
This time around we’ve really pushed the boat out, courtesy of Kidicraft, and are attempting one that may well last all the way through lockdown!
Yes, it’s got 1000 pieces and some intricate designs! But look at those tigers – gorgeous!
We’ve started in traditional style by finding all the edges, so the next couple of weeks will be spent filling in the middle. I’m sure it won’t take us too long…
The puzzle is really nice quality, with a bright, sharp, clear image and goes together smoothly. Joshua loves the image of the tigers so was really keen to get started, but will definitely need a bit of help from mummy and daddy, who have slightly longer attention spans!
It’s aimed at 6+ but would certainly be suitable all the way up to a 41 year old and beyond…
Kidicraft have an excellent range of puzzle designs for children, with same really beautiful nature scenes, including those from their Howard Robinson range. Our puzzle, Early Morning In Bengal, is part of this range, which also includes a brilliant selection of 3D images.
They can be bought from Bort shopping here or you could win a couple of awesome puzzles in our giveaway below!
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