24 Piece wooden Jigsaw Puzzle.
I, as a parent, really liked this jigsaw. On first impressions it is bright and eye catching and really hardy looking. It is made of wood and I doubt that it would break easily. Unlike cardboard jigsaws, the picture is well adhered to the wood.
The picture is attractive to children, especially for my boys. It was interesting for my five year old to do but not too challenging. As for my four year old, at the same time as figuring out the puzzle we were also working on colours and colour patterns. Awesome for him.
One thing I especially liked about this puzzle was that if one of the children bumped it, it didn't just fly apart. The pieces are cut so they snuggly fit together and stay that way until purposely pulled apart. Also being in a frame helps with holding it together.
I reckon this puzzle is good value for money and will still be going strong when the grandkids come along in 20 years or so!
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