If you read my blog regularly, you’ll probably know I am a huge Disney fangirl. It should therefore come as no surprise that I excitedly agreed to review 2 new Ravensburger Finding Dory Puzzles. Read on to find out more.
Finding Dory Puzzles
The first of the Finding Dory Puzzles is a 60 piece Giant Floor Puzzle. It is aimed at children aged 4 and over, and has an RRP of £9.99. Sydney is 4 now and loves doing puzzles with me. She usually needs a little help sorting the outer edges, then manages the middle herself, for the most part. The pieces are made from good quality cardboard, and measures approximately 70x50cm.
Syd has done this puzzle half a dozen times now in the fortnight we’ve had it. I’d say that means it gets her seal of approval. When I see “Giant” floor puzzle on products, I never know whether to expect one of this size, or one with 30cm size pieces. The pieces of this one are about the same size as a kinder egg…
The 3D Finding Dory puzzles made up of 72 pieces. Each is numbered on the back, so you can easily assemble it. Rather than spend ages trying to describe it to you, I filmed myself completing the puzzle, so you can see for yourself how it works…
The 3D puzzle is aimed at children aged 6-10, and the pieces are made from strong plastic. It was a little too advanced for my kids, so I built it myself. I really enjoyed building it, but it did get tricky towards the end. I don’t think most 6 year olds could manage it without lots of support from a grown up.
Once it was built, the 3D puzzle was really sturdy. While I don’t think it would survive a kick around the garden, it did manage my 4 and 5 year olds giving it a good shake.
With an RRP of £9.99 the 3D puzzle is good value. My niece is 8 next month, and I am tempted to order one for her birthday. We really like both Finding Dory Puzzles – two thumbs up to Ravensburger!
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This is not a sponsored post. We were sent the puzzles for the purpose of this review. All words and opinions are my own.