My kids absolutely love puzzles. Love ’em! It’s so fun to watch them figure out what piece comes next in order to see “the big picture”. But they always tend to lose pieces, or the edges get frayed due to hours and hours of play. I know we have puzzles that have seen better days!
Mudpuppy has a fantastic puzzle that I knew my kids (and yours!) would love! It’s a block puzzle–don’t worry, I’d never seen one, either! But this is such a neat idea, you have to learn more about it! Instead of just one puzzle image, you get SIX! Each side of the nine cubes has a portion of a different puzzle picture on it. Just spin it around to find the right image! My kids loved this concept, and I loved that I only had to store one box instead of multiple boxes. Here’s some more information about the block puzzles:
Parent and baby animals are the Forest Friends of Mudpuppy’s sweet block puzzle. Lorena Siminovich of Petit Collage has illustrated owls, raccoons, deer, foxes, brown bears, and squirrels. Turn the blocks to put together six different views of nature at its gentlest moments!
- 9 2-inch cubes to use as building blocks or
- Form 6 different puzzle pictures
- Sturdy box with sliding drawer
- For ages 3+
- Printed with nontoxic, soy-based inks
- Puzzle cube greyboard contains 90% recycled paper
- CE and ASTM tested for safety
I love that the puzzle fits neatly inside the little sliding drawer. Pieces aren’t lost, and it’s a great place for the kids to assemble the puzzle. Learning made fun–that’s what I’m talkin’ about!
You can purchase a block puzzle from Mudpuppy for $15.00.
OR you can WIN one! One lucky Freckleberry Finds reader will win a Forest Friends Block Puzzle from Mudpuppy!
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This giveaway ends May 30, 2011 at 11:59 PM CST. Any entries submitted after the contest ends will be deleted. Random.org will choose the winner, and I will announce the winner on my blog on May 31. I will email the winner as well. If chosen, you have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. This contest is open to US & CANADA.
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*Disclosure: The review above is my own words and honest opinion. I received a product in order to complete my review. Mudpuppy will coordinate with the winner for their prize. By entering this contest, you release Freckleberry Finds of any liability.