The boys were recently sent their third puzzle from Ravensburger to review. When Nathan saw the box he was over the moon. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse is one of his favourite TV programmes, it is on just before he leaves for nursery so always watches it before he goes. As he is such a big fan Nathan declared that this puzzle was his. He said that both Callum and James couldn’t help him as he wanted to do the puzzles all by himself.
Nathan found these puzzles a little more difficult to complete than other puzzles we’ve been sent before. This was because unlike previous puzzles the Mickey Mouse puzzles didn’t have the coloured edges to show which pieces belonged to which puzzle. This meant that Nathan had to actually think about which pieces were needed for the four individual puzzles. He did remember though that he needed the edge pieces first in order to complete the pictures.
|James trying to help Nathan with a puzzle
The puzzles are 12, 16, 20 and 24 pieces, meaning they are ideal for use within a family with different aged children (such as my own), or for schools and nurseries where there are different aged children or children with mixed abilities within the same class. The finished puzzles are 19 x 14cm when complete.
The puzzles are suitable for children aged 3+ and priced at £5.99, they can be purchased from all good toy shops and retailers. We highly recommend Ravensburger puzzles, they are made from good quality materials and the pieces fit well together even when played with over and over. The reason for this is that each puzzle is hand made and cut using special tools to ensure no two pieces are alike. These are definitely puzzles made to last.